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By PBS NewsHour
The Food and Drug Administration issued a preliminary decision Thursday saying that food products from cloned animals are safe to eat. Under the proposed guidelines, the products would also not be required to carry a special label.
In a series on U.S. strategy in Iraq, Eric Davis, a professor of Middle East politics at Rutgers University, discusses how investing in economic development projects can help curb the violence in the war-torn country.
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