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Bush sees good 2005, warns of terrorism threat

US President George W. Bush called 2005 “a good year for the American people,” but cautioned that terrorists like those who carried out the September 11 attacks still posed a threat. In brief remarks outside the White House as he headed to the Camp David presidential retreat for Christmas, Bush also pointed to elections in Iraq and in Afghanistan and said the US economy had grown stronger. “This has been a year of strong progress toward a freer, more peaceful world and a prosperous America,” he said. “It’s been a good year for the American people.” Bush said a key priority in 2006 would be reconstruction efforts in the US Gulf Coast after the battering it received from Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, and another would be renewing a controversial package of anti-terrorism laws. Full Story

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