Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends a cabinet meeting in Jerusalem Thursday, March 16, 2017. (Amir Cohen/Pool Photo via AP)
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Thursday he was in discussions with Donald Trump's administration on ways to move ahead with settlement construction ahead of fresh talks with a top adviser to the U.S. president.Obama's White House also declined to veto a U.N. Security resolution condemning Israeli settlement building in December, deeply angering Netanyahu.Netanyahu and Greenblatt met in Jerusalem Monday, where the two discussed ways to reach peace and settlement construction.Israel media said the construction of a new settlement was part of discussions Monday between Greenblatt and Netanyahu.
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