In this photo released by the Israeli Government Press Office, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, left, embraces U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden in Jerusalem, Tuesday March 9, 2010. Vice President Joe Biden, making a visit that seemed aimed at winning over a country apprehensive about his administration's Mideast policies, assured Israelis Tuesday they can count on strong U.S. backing and encouraged them to "take risks for peace." (AP Photo/ GPO, Avi Ohayon, HO) **ISRAEL OUT - NO SALES**
In this photo released by the Israeli Government Press Office, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, left, embraces U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden in Jerusalem, Tuesday March 9, 2010. Vice President Joe Biden, making a visit that seemed aimed at winning over a country apprehensive about his administration's Mideast policies, assured Israelis Tuesday they can count on strong U.S. backing and encouraged them to "take risks for peace." (AP Photo/ GPO, Avi Ohayon, HO) **ISRAEL OUT - NO SALES** Israel Government Press Office
In this photo released by the Israeli Government Press Office, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, left, embraces U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden in Jerusalem, Tuesday March 9, 2010. Vice President Joe Biden, making a visit that seemed aimed at winning over a country apprehensive about his administration's Mideast policies, assured Israelis Tuesday they can count on strong U.S. backing and encouraged them to "take risks for peace." (AP Photo/ GPO, Avi Ohayon, HO) **ISRAEL OUT - NO SALES** Israel Government Press Office

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