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House defies Bush on stem cells
Defying a veto threat from President Bush, the House of Representatives voted yesterday to loosen restrictions on funding for embryonic stem cell research, siding with patients who have debilitating diseases over conservatives who call the research immoral. ...  | Read.. 
 
Moscow powerless, Putin blames baron
Moscow was plunged into chaos today after a big power outage that President Vladimir Putin blamed on the state-owned electricity monopoly headed by a liberal politician viewe ...  | Read.. 
 
Amnesty pins blame on US
Four years after the September 11 attacks on New York and Washington, human rights are in retreat worldwide and the US bears most responsibility, Amnesty International said t ...  | Read.. 
 
Home PCs targeted in war against spam
Home computer users who unwittingly send out spam e-mail should be disconnected from the Internet until their machines are fixed, the US Federal Trade Commission said yesterd ...  | Read.. 
 
Six-year-old Elizabeth Gee looks at a butterfly on her nose at the Butterfly Show in Cincinnati, Ohio. (AFP)
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Europe faces double rejection of treaty
French voters appear ready to deliver a humiliating rebuff to the European establishment by rejecti..  | Read.. 
Watchdog hits out at Hilton ‘porn’ ad
A watchdog group known for its campaigns against on-air indecency is protesting a popular fast-food..  | Read.. 
 
China rejects apology as Japan tries to cool tempers
China dismissed Japan’s apologies for its wartime past ...  | Read.. 

HK interim leader quits
Hong Kong interim leader Donald Tsang said today that he ha ...  | Read.. 

Judge vote
The US Senate today confirmed the first of President George ...  | Read.. 

Defence rests minus Jackson
Lawyers for Michael Jackson rested their case today without ...  | Read..