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No need to worry about bird flu, says association

Malaysians should not worry about the poultry supply being affected by the bird flu disease which has hit the region as the country does not import poultry from neighbouring countries, said Federation of Livestock Farmers Associations of Malaysia's boiler unit chairman Yap Kim Hwah said.

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WHO fears the worst about bird flu

B>HANOI: /B>UN experts warned Tuesday the bird flu outbreak troubling Asia has the potential to be more deadly than SARS and that Vietnam - the country worst hit so far - was ill-prepared to cope.

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Bird flu kills three in Hanoi

B>HANOI:/BAsia faced a new health scare Monday after three Vietnamese died from bird flu, but the WHO said there are no signs yet an outbreak that has ravaged the region's poultry industry is spreading between people.

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Bird flu may be linked to 11 deaths

B>HANOI:/BA bird flu outbreak that has sickened nearly 600,000 chickens in Vietnam is suspected of being linked to the deaths of 10 children and an adult in Hanoi, the World Health Organisation said Monday.

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North Korean leader urges boost to food production

North Korea's leader Kim Jong Il has urged his country to boost food production at factories and farms, following a World Food Program warning that 4 million North Koreans are at risk of malnutrition because of a fall in international aid.


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Vietnam orders culling of poultry

Vietnam has identified as bird flu a disease that has wiped out hundreds of thousands of poultry, and the government said Friday it had ordered a culling campaign just weeks before the country's biggest festival.

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60,000 chickens killed by mystery virus

B>HANOI:/BAgriculture officials met yesterday to work out measures to contain transmission of a mystery virus that has killed as many as 60,000 chickens in southern Vietnam.


Penang farmers fear smuggled Thai chicks may spread bird flu

The Penang Poultry Farmers Association has voiced concerns about the possibility of live chicken smuggled from Thailand being infected with the bird flu.


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