NATO Summit Focuses on Russia, Iraq, Terror Threat

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Leaders for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization wrap up their summit meeting in Prague with a strongly worded statement supporting tough action against Iraq and international terrorism. The meeting marked a major transformation of the Cold War military league — three of the seven new nations in the 19-member group were once part of the Soviet Union. NPR's Guy Raz reports.

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