** Obama Winds Down Visit to Israel, West Bank**
U.S. President Barack Obama is winding down a visit to Israel and the West Bank that has included talks with Israeli and Palestinian leaders and calls for the two sides to resume peace efforts.
Mr. Obama on Friday called for tolerance against others in a visit to Israel's Holocaust memorial.
Mr. Obama and Mr. Netanyahu are expected to have one more meeting before Mr. Obama departs for Jordan. The two men are likely to discuss Mr. Obama's Thursday speech in Jerusalem, where he said peace with the Palestinians is the "only path to true security."
Mr. Obama said Israeli leaders must recognize that "continued settlement activity" on land the Palestinians claim for a state is "counterproductive." Mr. Obama also said he believes Israel has a genuine peace partner in Palestinian President Abbas.
**Renewed Buddhist-Muslim Clashes in Burma At Least 20 Dead**
A third day of deadly Buddhist-Muslim violence has broken out in central Burma, as a leading rights group warned of spreading ethnic tension.
Witnesses reported charred bodies lying in the streets Friday, and say flames continue to pour from several buildings, including mosques, in the town of Meikhtila.
Local lawmakers say at least 20 people have been killed in the clashes, which began Wednesday following an argument between a customer and the Muslim owner of a gold shop.
Authorities have imposed a nighttime curfew and many residents say they are afraid to leave their homes, leaving the city largely deserted except for angry mobs roaming the streets.
The United States and United Nations have called for an end to the violence, Burma's worst sectarian unrest since last year's clashes between Buddhists and ethnic Rohingya Muslims in western Rakhine state.