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G-8 Summit / US-Russia Relations #835116

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 09, 2006
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(Studio: Hoda Kotb) President Bush's route to the G-8 Summit meeting in St. Petersburg, Russia, shown.

(White House: Rosiland Jordan) The different views of friends President Bush & Russian President Vladimir Putin† on Iran, North Korea & democracy in Russia examined; details given about a potential US-Russia deal to store nuclear waste. [Presidential historian Michael BESCHLOSS - says the Bush-Putin relationship shows the Cold War is over.] [Natural Resources Defense Council Tom COCHRAN†- says the US could move spent fuel out of places of concern.]

(Studio: Hoda Kotb) "Today"'s coverage in Russia noted.

Kotb, Hoda;
Jordan, Rosiland

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