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President George W. Bush addresses the crowded town square of Stralsund, Germany, before meeting with Chancellor Angela Merkel Thursday, July 13, 2006. "I bring a message from the American people: We're honored to call the German people friends and allies," said President Bush. "We share common values and common interests. We want to work together to keep the peace. We want to work together to promote freedom. There's so much that we can do, working together, and that's -- part of my visit today is to pledge to you and the Chancellor, America and Germany stand side-by-side." White House photo by Shealah Craighead

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