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President, Putin upbeat but still at odds on missiles

By Farah Stockman
Globe Staff / July 3, 2007

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KENNEBUNKPORT -- President Bush and President Vladimir Putin of Russia said yesterday that they had made some progress in bridging their differences over US missile defense plans in Europe, after an informal seaside meeting at the Bush family compound that was designed to repair fraying relations. (Full article: 1153 words)

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