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WARSAW (Reuters) - The United States and Poland signed a deal on Wednesday to station parts of a U.S. missile defence shield on Polish soil, drawing a sharp response from Moscow.
TBILISI (Reuters) - Russia came under mounting Western pressure to meet its own self-imposed Friday deadline for pulling its forces out of Georgia but there was little sign of any large-scale withdrawal of troops.
WARSAW (Reuters) - The United States and Poland signed a deal on Wednesday to station parts of a U.S. missile defence shield on Polish soil, a move certain to aggravate Russia-Western tensions over Moscow's intervention in Georgia.
LONDON (AP) - World champion Italy and England both salvaged draws Wednesday in their final matches before the start of World Cup qualifying, while European champion Spain enjoyed a winning start to life under new coach Vicente Del Bosque.
ABOARD AIR FORCE ONE (Reuters) - The United States has seen initial signs that Russia is withdrawing some of its forces from Georgia but Moscow is not moving fast enough, the White House said on Wednesday.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - NATO's move to curtail regular contacts with Russia over its behaviour in Georgia will rob both sides of a vital channel for security cooperation -- but Moscow is in no mood to pay much heed for now.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States urged Russia on Sunday to honor a pledge to start pulling troops out of Georgia, but officials voiced frustration that Moscow had broken earlier promises and skepticism it would keep them now.
Last week was a turning point in global politics. Russia sent tanks into disputed regions of Georgia and warned Poland not to be a missile base for the US.
LONDON (Reuters) - British opposition leader David Cameron called into question Russian membership of the Group of Eight on Saturday, saying Moscow's actions in Georgia were incompatible with belonging to the rich nations' club.
GORI, Georgia (Reuters) - The United States demanded that Russia pull its troops out of Georgia at once, but there was no immediate response from Moscow on Saturday.