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[grain.org RSS] This includes other developing countries affected by H5N1, such as China, Vietnam, Malaysia, Egypt, and Nigeria.
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[Aftermath News] Bird flu may worsen global food crisis: Sporadic suspected human-to-human transmission of H5N1 has been reported in Hong Kong, Vietnam and Indonesia, but none of the cases has been proven. Experts believe the virus remains difficult for humans to catch.
[Doctor Politics] how did bird flu start and where did it start from?: Countries that have reported one or more major H5N1 outbreaks in birds (causing at least thousands but in some cases millions of dead birds) are (in order of first outbreak occurrence): Korea, Vietnam, Japan, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Indonesia, China, Malaysia, Russia, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Turkey, Romania, Croatia, Ukraine, Cyprus, Iraq, Nigeria, Egypt, India, France, Niger, Bosnia, Azerbaijan, Albania, Cameroon, Myanmar, Afghanistan, Israel, Pakistan, Jordan, Burkina Faso, Germany, Sudan. H5N1 has been found in birds in the wild in numerous other countries: Austria, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Greece, Hungary, Iran, Italy, Kuwait, Poland, Serbia and Montenegro, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom.
[Talk Budgies Forums] Bird Flu Info...: Webster of the World Health Organization (WHO), who first reported the deadly H5N1 strain of avian influenza back in 2003 and predicted the dire consequences of it spreading, had personally stored at least 90 days of supplies to survive without having to venture out into the public and urged others to do likewise in order to survive a worldwide pandemic of influenza that could result in a pandemic that would surpass the severe and fatal outbreaks of 1917, 1957, and 1968. Then there were reports that the Center for Disease Control (CDC) had failed to develop a serum to prevent the bird flu and the pharmaceutical industry was unable to produce enough cold and flu medicines to meet the coming crisis of an influenza pandemic.
[419 Scams] Friday Freaks from Africa: Richard Rodriguez a former employee with a construction company in Asia for twenty Years before he died on 26 December 2004 in the Asian tsunami of that claimed a lot of lives. We had traveled to Thailand for my routine diabetes and cancer checkup at the Pachira Phuket General Hospital where unfortunately where got entangled in the Tsunami disaster.
[experience8] Avian Bird Flu Awareness Are you preparing?: Iraq (North east corner close to the border with Iran and Turkey) Israel Italy (Sicily, Calabria and Puglia, southern Italy) Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Laos Malaysia (peninsular) Mongolia Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) Niger Nigeria .
[Southeast Asia News latest RSS headlines - Malaysia Sun.com] Bird flu may spread from Indonesia, Egypt, Nigeria - FAO: MILAN (Reuters) - The deadly H5N1 strain of bird flu may spread from Indonesia, Egypt and Nigeria to other countries as it continues to circulate in Africa and Asia, the UN's Food and Agriculture Or...
[News about Indonesia] Bird flu may spread from Indonesia, Egypt, Nigeria - FAO ...: Bird flu may spread from Indonesia, Egypt, Nigeria - FAOMalaysia Star, Malaysia - 2 hours agoMILAN (Reuters) - The deadly H5N1 strain of bird flu may spread from Indonesia, Egypt and Nigeria to other countries as it continues to circulate in Africa …
[The World as I see it.] Bird Flu in Nigeria: In order of first outbreak occurrence it has spread from Korea, Vietnam, Japan, Thailand, Combodia, Laos, Indonesia, China, Malaysia, Russia, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Turkey, Romania, Croatia, Ukraine, Cyprus, Iraq, Nigeria, now Egypt and finally India.
[Breaking News latest RSS headlines - Malaysia Sun.com] UN finds progress in tackling bird flu: ROME - Countries are making progress in fighting bird flu but concerns remain for some nations - especially Indonesia, Egypt and Nigeria - where human contamination is still possible, the United Natio...
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[The cheapest drugs weblog] Experts: Bird flu may worsen global food crisis: Lubroth, the head of the FAO’s Emergency Prevention System, said that “drawbacks and weaknesses” remain in the fight to eliminate the deadly H5N1 strain of the bird flu virus from the poultry sector.
[energeticneurons.bloghorn.com] Avian Flu Update: In the March 18 post about Egypt, he labels the sequested (WHO) database researchers as incompetents”which could hardly gain him friends in that quarter”and yet his assessment seems to be supported by the fact of those researchers claiming that influenza evolves by random mutation instead of recombination, which has been shown in the case of swine flu sequences in Canada , such that they .
[Global News Blog] North Africa - Egypt delving into the online tourism industry: 6, (BNA) An Egyptian medical source denied today the reoccurring news of the death of people from bird flu south of Egypt. ”¦ TM, Saudi partner fail in bid for mobile licence in Egypt Business Times - Malaysia, Malaysia - Jul 7, .
[Barbara's Space] On a wing and a prayer can H5N1 be stoped in its mid flight ...: Other countries, notably China, have used vaccines, but the United States and most European nations eschew that method, arguing that vaccinated birds can act as carriers and infect others. If H5N1 attacked U.S. poultry flocks, producers would use the slaughter, quarantine, and sanitation techniques that have worked in the past, says Richard Lobb, a spokesman for the National Chicken Council.
[Brandi's Mental Meanderings] February 22, 2006: (The 13 countries, listed in order of reporting, are Iraq, Nigeria, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Greece, Italy, Slovenia, Iran, Austria, Germany, Egypt, India and France.)
[Global News Blog] Caucasus - Kasparov: Russias white knight?: Deaths spark bird-flu pandemic fears Daily Telegraph - Since then more than 170 people have died in countries that include Azerbaijan, Iraq, Laos, Vietnam, Thailand, Nigeria, Indonesia, Cambodia, Turkey and China.