Bush Addresses Iran's Nuclear Aspirations President Bush is in Germany for discussions with German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder on NATO's future and Iran's nuclear program. The president Tuesday denied the United States is planning military action against Iran, but then added that "all options are on the table." Wednesday, the president emphasized that "diplomacy is just beginning."
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U.S. President George Bush participates in a joint statement with German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder at the Electoral Palace in Mainz, Germany, Feb. 23. Reuters hide caption

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President Bush is in Germany for discussions with German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder on NATO's future and Iran's nuclear program. The president Tuesday denied the United States is planning military action against Iran, but then added that "all options are on the table." Wednesday, the president emphasized that "diplomacy is just beginning."

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