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In Mexico, genetically modified corn may be contaminating indigenous corn species. (Reuters)
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U.S. Genetically Modified Corn Is Assailed: NAFTA Report Calls Grain a Threat to Mexico; Administration Disputes Study (Post, Nov. 10, 2004)

WTO Delays Decision on E.U.'s Biotech Ban: Scientists Allowed to Testify in Debate (Post, Aug. 27, 2004)

U.N. Touts Biotech to Boost Global Food Supply (Post, May 18, 2004)

Biotech Crops Could Help Poor Farmers, U.N. Says: Report Cites 'Clear Promise' to Ease Global Hunger, but Pushes for More Funding (Post, May 17, 2004; 5:00 AM)

Monsanto Pulls Plan To Commercialize Gene-Altered Wheat (Post, May 11, 2004)

Engineered DNA Found in Crop Seeds: Tests Show U.S. Failure to Block Contamination From Gene-Altered Varieties (Post, Feb. 24, 2004)

China to Certify Safety Of Soybeans From U.S. (Post, Feb. 24, 2004)

Rules on Biotech Crops to Be Revised: USDA Will Examine Environmental Impact of Genetic Engineering (Post, Jan. 23, 2004)

Making Way for Designer Insects: Risks and Benefits of Gene-Altered Bugs Merit Thorough Study, Report Says (Post, Jan. 22, 2004)

Biotech Limits Found Lacking: Panel Calls for Controls On Genetic Engineering (Post, Jan. 21, 2004)

Genetically Modified Organisms Not Easily Contained: National Research Council Panel Urges More Work to Protect Against Contamination of Food Supply (Post, Jan. 20, 2004; 6:52 PM)

More Acres Devoted to Biotech Crops (Post, Jan. 14, 2004)

Calculating the Risks: Chance of Threats to Health, Nature Remains Unknown (Post, Nov. 30, 2003)

Debate Grows Over Biotech Food: Efforts to Ease Famine in Africa Hurt by U.S., European Dispute (Post, Nov. 30, 2003)

FDA Panel Backs Cloning In Agriculture (Post, Nov. 5, 2003)

FDA Says Cloned Animals Are Safe as Food (Post, Oct. 31, 2003)

U.S. Attacks European Biotech Ban (Post, May 14, 2003)

Suit to Seek End of Biotech Crop Ban (Post, May 13, 2003)

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