Obama, Cameron vow to stand firm against Islamist extremism

WASHINGTON - US President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron vowed a united front on Wednesday against the threat posed by Islamist extremists and their "distorted ideology."
In a joint opinion article that appeared in Thursday's Times of London newspaper and released on Wednesday night in Washington, Obama and Cameron outlined the principles of the US-British alliance ahead of two days of White House meetings.
The two leaders are to have a working dinner on Thursday night and hold more talks on Friday.
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