Poland rejects U.S. missile shield offer

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By Patryk Wasilewski and Gareth Jones
After Downing Street

Poland spurned as insufficient on Friday a U.S. offer to boost its air defenses in return for basing anti-missile interceptors on its soil but said it remained open to talks with Washington.


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