Obama, Cameron meet the press
May 25th, 2011
09:30 AM ET

Obama, Cameron meet the press

President Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron fielded questions from reporters in London Wednesday morning. Among the highlights:

- Obama says the pressure on Moammar Gadhafi will continue: "We will continue to strongly oppose the use of violence against protesters."

- They will raise the issue of the Arab uprisings at the upcoming G8 summit

- Obama said America's relationship with Britain is "the strongest it has ever been" and said the two nations were committed to working together on global economic recovery and fighting the war on terror.

- Cameron said the U.S. killing of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was "a strike right at the heart of international terrorism" and that Britain and the United States must work closely with Pakistan in the future.

Topics: President Obama • The News

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  1. Asif Shah

    NATO and her allies response to September 11 2001 has devastated me as a human. I consider only my dream to be euthanised (assisted suicide) or castration these days. I can only hope to ontologically neutralise those nations, religions and creeds who have inflicted Islam and my manhood. The US Navy Seals have created a martyr in Osama bin Laden. Long live al-Qa'ida, long live Taliban, long live al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade, long live Hezbollah, long live Revolutionary Guard...

    May 30, 2011 at 7:49 pm |