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U.S. Is Proposing European Shield for Iran Missiles

The Bush administration is moving to establish a new antimissile site in Europe that would be designed to stop attacks by Iran against the United States and its European allies. The administration’s proposal, which comes amid rising concerns about Iran’s suspected program to develop nuclear weapons, calls for installing 10 antimissile interceptors at a European site by 2011. Poland and the Czech Republic are among the nations under consideration. Full Story

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