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China faces new melamine scandal, 17 on trial

BEIJING (Reuters) - More than 1,500 boxes of Chinese biscuits exported to Hong Kong and Singapore have tested positive for melamine as suspects in the protracted tainted-food scandal go on trial in China, local media reported on Tuesday.

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On the melamine trail

In light of melamine-tainted food being uncovered almost daily in many countries, the Malaysian government says it is doing all it can to ensure safety of food here.

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China melamine scandal prompts mass chicken cull

BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese farmers, hurt by a spreading melamine scandal, slaughtered tens of thousands of chickens, state media said on Friday, as authorities in Shanghai began checks on feed producers for local fisheries.

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Indonesia says melamine found in 12 China food products

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia's health ministry said melamine had been detected in 12 food items from China, including cookies, candies and drinks, as the fall-out from China's tainted-milk scandal spread to Southeast Asia's biggest economy.

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Indonesia says melamine found in 12 China food products

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia's health ministry said melamine had been detected in 12 food items from China, including cookies, candies and drinks, as the fall-out from China's tainted-milk scandal spread to Southeast Asia's biggest economy.

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Japan farm minister resigns over tainted rice

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's farm minister resigned on Friday because of a scandal involving tainted rice fed to hospital patients and schoolchildren, the latest in a string of food scares undermining public trust among Japanese consumers.

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Doughnut chain sparks latest Japanese food scandal

TOKYO (Reuters) - Another day, another food scandal in Japan.

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Chinese paper slams handling of pet food scandal

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's handling of the tainted pet food scare in the United States was

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US hurdle for new Sec-Gen

The new Secretary-General of the United Nations was sworn in last week. How to maintain the integrity of the UN from interference from the United States remains one of the biggest challenges for the secretary-general, as his predecessor Kofi Annan found out.

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Food for thought over oil-for-food scandal

By JEFFREY FRANCIS