In Israel, Romney talks Iran, angers Palestinians

US Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has endorsed Jerusalem as the capital of the Jewish stateWhite House hopeful Mitt Romney held top-level talks in Israel over Iran's nuclear ambitions but quickly drew fire from the Palestinians for endorsing Jerusalem as the capital of the Jewish state.


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