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British lawmakers amend anti-terrorism law

Prime Minister Tony Blair’s plans for a new anti-terrorism law suffered a major setback Monday, as Parliament’s upper chamber insisted that only judges should have the power to impose sweeping controls on terrorist suspects. In a crucial House of Lords vote, peers voted 249-119 to amend the Prevention of Terrorism Bill so only courts can restrict a suspect’s movements and impose curfews and other controls. Full Story

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