Bush Defends Missile System Plan in Europe
Rising tensions between the United States and Russia are threatening to dominate President Bush's six-day trip to Europe. The president is in the Czech Republic at the start of a European tour that will include the G-8 summit in Germany.
His visit to Prague includes talks on the controversial American plan to extend a U.S. missile defense system into Eastern Europe. The idea has prompted angry comments from Russian President Vladimir Putin.
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