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Controversial or groundbreaking? Researchers create synthetic human embryo

By France24
15 June 2023   |   4:24 pm
The Greek papers express their indignation after a devastating migrant boat tragedy, the worst in years, off the coast of Greece. Also: the Guardian reports on a groundbreaking but controversial new study that has produced embryos without using eggs or sperm.

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