Thursday, September 14, 2006

The Bush proposal would send a signal that the United States has abandoned its commitment to human rights.

WASHINGTON, Sept. 14 — The Senate Armed Services Committee defied President Bush on Thursday, with four Republicans joining Democrats in approving a plan for the trial and interrogation of terrorism suspects that the White House has rejected as unacceptable.

The Bush proposal would send a signal that the United States has abandoned its commitment to human rights,

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