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Australia joins US missile shield

The United States and Australia have signed a pact to develop a controversial missile defence shield. US President George W Bush made the project a priority after the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington on 11 September 2001. Critics of the missile shield have questioned its cost and viability. The Australian government has insisted it wants to find ways to protect the country even though it faces no current threat from long-range weapons.Full Story

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