Obama 'disturbed' by storming of UK embassy in Iran

By REUTERS
November 29, 2011 22:21

 
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WASHINGTON - US President Barack Obama said on Tuesday he "strongly urged" the Iranian government to take to task those responsible for storming the British embassy in Tehran.

"All of us are deeply disturbed by the crashing of the ... embassy," he said during a meeting at the White House with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte.

Obama also said the United States has a "very deep interest" in a resolution of the European Union's sovereign debt crisis.

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