Bush in Prague NPR's White House correspondent Don Gonyea reports that President Bush has used a NATO gathering in Prague to issue a stern warning to Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. The NATO summit, which officially gets under way tomorrow, is dedicated to enlarging the alliance and giving it a new direction in the post-Cold War era.
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NPR's White House correspondent Don Gonyea reports that President Bush has used a NATO gathering in Prague to issue a stern warning to Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. The NATO summit, which officially gets under way tomorrow, is dedicated to enlarging the alliance and giving it a new direction in the post-Cold War era.