Bush Signs Anti-Torture Order President Bush has signed an executive order setting new rules for holding and questioning suspects in the war on terror. It's part of the administration's response to court rulings throwing out earlier procedures for "enemy combatants."
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Bush Signs Anti-Torture Order

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Bush Signs Anti-Torture Order

Bush Signs Anti-Torture Order

Bush Signs Anti-Torture Order

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President Bush has signed an executive order setting new rules for holding and questioning suspects in the war on terror.

The order is part of the administration's continuing response to court rulings that threw out earlier procedures for handling detainees whom the Bush administration regarded as enemy combatants.