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Netanyahu Thanks Obama for $38 Billion Military Aid Package


Footage released by the White House shows President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaking as they met on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly (UNGA) in New York. The United States signed an agreement with Israel to provide the Israeli military with $38 billion in funding over 10 years, at a ceremony in Washington DC on Wednesday. This is the largest sum the US has provided to any country.

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