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Section: General News - In an address to a joint meeting of the U.S. Congress, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has urged the United States to seize the opportunity to expand cooperation with Europe to solve the world economic crisis and tackle other issues.
In the fifth address to Congress by a British prime minister, Mr. Brown recognized what he called the latest chapter in America's story, the election of President Barack Obama which he said gave the world renewed hope.
Referring to two previous American presidents, he said one, John F. Kennedy, dared Americans to explore the new frontier of space, while Ronald Reagan insisted on freedom for the people of Eastern Europe and quickened the fall of the Berlin Wall. …