Obama: more needed to improve Muslim ties


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  • Wednesday, 10 Nov 2010

JAKARTA (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama said on Wednesday much more needs to be done to repair frayed U.S. relations with the Muslim world in an acknowledgement of the difficulties in eradicating "years of mistrust."

In a speech culminating a nostalgic visit to Indonesia, where Obama spent four years as a young boy, Obama spoke fondly of his formative years in the world's most populous Muslim country.

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