British Prime Minister David Cameron, left, welcomes his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu to Downing Street for bilateral talks in London, Sept. 10, 2015. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein)
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sought Britain's cooperation to "turn back the tide of militant Islam" as he met Prime Minister David Cameron in London Thursday.Netanyahu's visit was preceded by clashes between pro-Palestinian and pro-Israeli protesters outside Downing Street Wednesday.Britain is pushing for a two-state solution to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and "will reinforce this message to Mr. Netanyahu during his visit," according to an official response to the petition.As he touched down Thursday in the British capital, Netanyahu turned his attention to the Iran nuclear deal agreed with Western powers in July.
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