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Biden 'still believes' in future Palestinian statehood: White House

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The White House says US President Joe Biden told Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a call that he still backs future statehood for the Palestinians, amid tensions between the two leaders over the issue. "The president still believes in the promise and the possibility of a two-state solution. He recognizes that it's going to take a lot of hard work," National Security Council spokesman John Kirby tells reporters. SOUNDBITE

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