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Poland agrees to house U.S. missile inceptors

Poland’s government has agreed in principle to allow the Pentagon to set up a U.S. missile interceptor site on Polish territory to counter Iranian missiles, Warsaw’s foreign minister said yesterday. Polish Foreign Minister Radek Sikorski announced reaching the outlines of a basing agreement after meetings with Bush administration officials here. Mr. Sikorski said the deal, which is expected to be opposed by Russia and left-wing critics in Europe, will also boost Polish air defenses and overall security. Full Story

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