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Bid to map cancer genome
The US government is beginning a project designed to unlock the genetic abnormalities that contribute to cancer, an effort that would exceed the Human Genome Project in complexity and could eventually lead to new diagnostic tests and treatments for the disease. ...  | Read.. 
 
Author paints a US-grown terrorist
Pulitzer Prize-winning author John Updike’s next project is bound to stir controversy ' not just in literary circles. ...  | Read.. 
 
Holocaust row erupts again
Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said today that the Holocaust was a myth, triggering a fresh wave of international condemnation. ...  | Read.. 
 
Election primer:
Iraq votes on Thursday for its first full-term parliament ..  | Read.. 
 
Japanese architect shatters quake-proof house myth
A Japanese architect at the heart of a widening scandal admitted today he had done wrong by ignoring earthquake-resistance building standards but said others were also respon ...  | Read.. 
 
Scientist turns back on cloning pioneer
A US stem cell expert who lent his name and credibility to South Korean cloning pioneers asked that his name be removed from their landmark scientific paper on Tuesday and qu ...  | Read.. 
 
Supermodel Heidi Klum visits talk show host Tony Danza, dressed in a German lederhosen for a skit, on the sets of The Tony Danza Show in New Yo ...  | Read
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Battle-zone Iraq battens down hatches for ballot
Quiet fell across most of Iraq on the eve of its parliamentary election today as a draconian securi..  | Read.. 
Mona Lisa math: She’s 83% happy
A bit late in the day perhaps compared with the ancient Hindus, a computer can now be programme..  | Read..