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Article Released Mon-23rd-January-2006 10:08 GMT
Contact: Tham Phuong Institution: Mekong Wetlands Biodiversity Conservation & Sustainable Use Programme
 Bird Flu – Press monitoring January 23, 2006

Algeria steps up measures; Free Chicken Meat Reduces Anxiety; France investigates possible human case; Bird flu hasn't slowed tourists; WHO - two more Indonesians dead; Bird flu may spread faster; Australian academic mocks 'over-reaction'; Hunting Bird Flu; Update from National Coordination Center; Firms at summit are urged to plan for the worst

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Algeria steps up measures against bird flu
Reuters AlertNet - London,England,UK
ALGIERS, Jan 22 (Reuters) - Algeria will spend eight billion dinars ($111 million) to protect itself from any outbreak of bird flu in the North African country ...

Free Chicken Meat Reduces Anxiety over Bird Flu
Zaman Online - Istanbul,Turkey
The suppliers of chicken meat have begun to use interesting methods to boost their sales following severe stagnation due to intense anxiety over the bird flu. ...

France investigates possible human bird flu case - United Kingdom
France is investigating a possible case of bird flu in a woman who recently visited Turkey, the French health ministry has said. ...

Bird flu hasn't slowed tourists
San Jose Mercury News - CA, USA
... ``We were really scared about this because everybody was talking about the bird flu as if it would happen tomorrow, but so far nothing has happened.''. ...

WHO confirms two more Indonesians dead from bird flu
Monsters and - Glasgow,UK
Jakarta - The World Health Organization have confirmed two Indonesians from the same family died from bird flu, bringing the death toll from the H5N1 virus in ...

Bird flu may spread faster: Study
Chennai Online - Chennai,India
New York, Jan 22: Bird flu might spread from infected faeces or urine as well as coughed up droplets, a new study on infected cats show, raising fresh fears ...

Australian academic mocks our bird flu 'over-reaction'
New Zealand Herald - New Zealand
The government's preparations for a possible outbreak of bird flu are being panned as being completely over the top. This week the ...

Hunting Bird Flu
Newsweek - USA
By Rod Nordland. Jan. 30, 2006 issue - The appearance of bird flu in Europe, and particularly the outbreak in Turkey, has created several scientific mysteries. ...

National Coordination Center For Bird Flu: We Have Culled 1.1 ...
Turkish Press - Plymouth,MI,USA
ANKARA - ''We have culled 1 million 107 thousand fowl so far,'' Turkish National Coordination Center for Bird Flu announced on Thursday. ...

Firms at bird flu summit are urged to plan for the worst
The Sunday Times - UK
... gyms, and setting up employees so they can work from home are some of the emergency measures British companies would have to take in an outbreak of bird flu. ...,,2095-2003468,00.html

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Keywords associated to this article: bird flu; avian influenza
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