President Barack Obama spoke at the Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) Summit, Thursday at the State Department in Washington. The White House is conveying a three-day summit to bring together local, federal, and international leaders to discuss steps the US and its partners can take to develop community-oriented approaches to counter extremist ideologies that radicalize, recruit and incite to violence.
President Barack Obama spoke at the Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) Summit, Thursday at the State Department in Washington. The White House is conveying a three-day summit to bring together local, federal, and international leaders to discuss steps the US and its partners can take to develop community-oriented approaches to counter extremist ideologies that radicalize, recruit and incite to violence. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP
President Barack Obama spoke at the Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) Summit, Thursday at the State Department in Washington. The White House is conveying a three-day summit to bring together local, federal, and international leaders to discuss steps the US and its partners can take to develop community-oriented approaches to counter extremist ideologies that radicalize, recruit and incite to violence. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP

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