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Poultry ban 'in the interest of public safety'

MALAYSIA has banned the import of ducks and chickens from China to curb I>Avian Influenza/Ifrom spreading into the country, I>Sin Chew Daily/Ireported on its front-page yesterday.

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SARS in China brings windfall to Thai chicken exporters

Prices of Thai chicken exports to Japan and Europe have surged because of shortages caused by outbreaks of bird flu in leading poultry-producing countries, a newspaper reported Friday.

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SARS anti-bodies found in five animal traders

B>GUANGZHOU:/BResearchers in southern China who traced the virus that causes SARS to the endangered civet cat, said SARS anti-bodies have been found in traders of wild animals who did not develop the symptoms of the disease, according to press reports seen yesterday.


Three die in lorry-car crash

Three people were killed on the spot when two vehicles plunged into a 30m ravine after colliding at the 24th kilometre of the Seremban-Kuala Klawang road at 9.30am yesterday.


Suspect who hid in chicken coop held

A murder suspect, who hid in a chicken coop for two days, was detained at a poultry farm in KM7 Tampin-Gemas road in Tampin yesterday.


Rivalry put aside in SARS fight

IT MAY seem unbelievable but some men have been turned away by their wives upon returning from SARS-hit countries and have been forced to stay in hotels for 10 days before they are allowed to return home.


Poultry farmers hit hard by SARS scare

SARS has also hit the poultry industry and farmers are now cutting down chicken production by 20% to reduce losses, I>Nanyang Siang Pau /I>reported yesterday.


DNA advance by Chemistry Dept

The Chemistry Department is now able to accurately and speedily identify bacteria that causes food poisoning and water contamination through DNA tests.

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Hong Kong goes on alert as man dies from bird flu

B>HONG KONG:/BA man infected with a bird flu virus has died in the first known death from the disease since it killed six people in the territory in 1997 and triggered worldwide alarm.


Flood alert in Sarawak

Villagers in low-lying areas in Kuching have been told to fully prepare themselves for a possible recurrence of floods early next week in view of an expected king tide #8211; exceptionally high tides.