Israeli Ambassador to U.S. arrives in Jerusalem to brief Netanyahu ahead of N.Y. visit
Michael Oren flew in for a whistle-stop visit of only 36 hours to speak with PM amid reports of White House discontent at Netanyahu's attitude towards U.S. on Iran; PM apologizes to UN's Ban over Iran leaks.
In the wake of heightened tensions between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and U.S. President Barack Obama surrounding Iran's nuclear program, Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren paid the prime minister an unusual whistle-stop visit Sunday...
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