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No cases of H5N8 avian flu recorded, says Saudi Environment Ministry - Al-Arabiya Sun, 18 Feb 2018 19:13:16 GMT

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No cases of H5N8 avian flu recorded, says Saudi Environment Ministry
Al-Arabiya
No cases of H5N8 avian flu have been recorded in Saudi Arabia in the previous 24 hours, according to the Environment Ministry. (File photo: AP). Staff writer, Al Arabiya English Sunday, 18 February 2018. Text size A A A. The Saudi Ministry of ...

South Korean Winter Olympics Organizers Concerned Over Bird Flu Scare - Sports Illustrated Tue, 28 Nov 2017 18:50:55 GMT

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South Korean Winter Olympics Organizers Concerned Over Bird Flu Scare
Sports Illustrated
In the latest of a plethora of concerns over South Korea's hosting of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games, local governments have called on operators of farms close to venues to slaughter around 6,000 ducks and chickens after avian influenza was discovered ...

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Saudi Arabia temporarily bans poultry imports from India over bird flu - Al-Arabiya Thu, 08 Feb 2018 13:31:34 GMT

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Saudi Arabia temporarily bans poultry imports from India over bird flu
Al-Arabiya
India had reported an outbreak of a highly contagious bird flu virus near Bengaluru. (File photo: Reuters). Reuters, Riyadh Thursday, 8 February 2018. Text size A A A. Saudi Arabia has temporarily banned imports of live birds, hatching eggs and chicks ...

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Deadly bugs on the loose: Federal monitors scramble to keep track of dangerous bioterror research - Center for Public Integrity Fri, 08 Dec 2017 10:43:38 GMT

Center for Public Integrity

Deadly bugs on the loose: Federal monitors scramble to keep track of dangerous bioterror research
Center for Public Integrity
Safety, the agency found, was compromised by an inherent conflict of interest: Key federal agencies such as the CDC that work with deadly pathogens and toxins, including Ebola, bird flu, smallpox, bubonic plague and ricin, determine for themselves ...

South Korea's MFG secures 133000 mt of feed corn at $193/mt CFR - AgriCensus Fri, 12 Jan 2018 15:01:54 GMT

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South Korea's MFG secures 133000 mt of feed corn at $193/mt CFR
AgriCensus
South Korea's MFG has purchased 133,000 mt of feed corn in two cargoes via tender, market sources said Friday. The cargoes, one 65,000 mt and the other 68,000 mt, are for delivery in April, and purchased at $193-$194/mt CFR , with the US Pacific ...

India's acid attack survivor girl who is getting engaged this Valentine's Day - Al-Arabiya Tue, 13 Feb 2018 15:31:55 GMT

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India's acid attack survivor girl who is getting engaged this Valentine's Day
Al-Arabiya
As the commodification of Valentine's Day gets played out all over again, here's a story of human bonding that will melt your heart – the story of Rani (Hindi word for queen). Rani was 16 when she survived an acid attack in the east India's state of ...

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Regional training programme on digital learning, teaching concludes - Borneo Bulletin Online Fri, 16 Feb 2018 09:36:04 GMT

Borneo Bulletin Online

Regional training programme on digital learning, teaching concludes
Borneo Bulletin Online
“I am confident that all of you will make valuable contributions in teaching and learning at your institutions in your respective countries,” he said. “I hope this regional training programme has been able to provide you all with the necessary tools ...

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Altruistic Immunity Could Be Key to Stopping Spread of Malaria - Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News Thu, 08 Feb 2018 15:28:36 GMT

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Altruistic Immunity Could Be Key to Stopping Spread of Malaria
Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
“Throwing a wrench into the works” is a common colloquial phrase used to describe how a complex plan can be disrupted by one simple action. This is most often the approach that scientists use when developing treatment strategies for debilitating ...

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Cell-Based Flu Vaccine Hits Commercial Scale - Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News Thu, 22 Jun 2017 11:58:28 GMT

Cell-Based Flu Vaccine Hits Commercial Scale
Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
Disease affecting poultry and their eggs, such as the avian flu, can drastically reduce the ability of a manufacturer to produce an adequate quantity of vaccine in the face of a pandemic threat. The GAO report also said that the Department of Health ...

Concerns about Imports of Chinese Chicken - DTN The Progressive Farmer (blog) Wed, 12 Jul 2017 10:58:29 GMT

DTN The Progressive Farmer (blog)

Concerns about Imports of Chinese Chicken
DTN The Progressive Farmer (blog)
The ban, which originated after a U.S. outbreak of mad cow disease in 2003, has cut American beef producers out of an exploding $2.5 billion Chinese import market. But many food-safety experts are less sure that the deal represents a step forward, the ...

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