Politics & Government

October 15, 2009

Olmert's speech at University of Kentucky draws protests

A speech by former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert Wednesday night on the University of Kentucky campus filled the Singletary Center for the Arts and also saw dozens of protesters. Amid tight security, the leader endured heckling during parts of his speech, which included his thoughts on nuclear threats from Iran in the Middle East, the road to peace and also the impact of the Nobel Peace Prize on Barack Obama's presidency.

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