Bird flu news by region

This section of the site brings you bird flu news for most countries that have had some form of bird flu scare. As you will see this includes many regions of the world.

To see the lastest bird flu news for your country please select the relevent option from the navigation menu on the left side of this page.

Should the area or country you are interested in not be there please contact us to let us know and we will endeavour to add a news feed for that region.

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This year's bird flu outbreak killed a record 281 people in China - VICE News Wed, 06 Sep 2017 17:08:55 GMT

VICE News

This year's bird flu outbreak killed a record 281 people in China
VICE News
Donald Trump may be a world of chaos all by himself, but the world beyond Trump is changing in dramatic ways, often with little notice. We'd like to tell you about it and we're keeping track of these global changes, from the incremental to the ...

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'Yes, We Need to Do Better': World Leaders Talk Democracy - The ... - New York Times Wed, 20 Sep 2017 19:06:12 GMT

New York Times

'Yes, We Need to Do Better': World Leaders Talk Democracy - The ...
New York Times
At the Athens Democracy Forum, a conference convened by The New York Times in Athens, from Sept. 13 to 17, global leaders talked about the state of ...

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Deadly Bird Flu In China Evolves, Spreads To New Regions : Goats ... - NPR Thu, 07 Sep 2017 20:51:10 GMT

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Deadly Bird Flu In China Evolves, Spreads To New Regions : Goats ...
NPR
In the 2017 outbreak, the Chinese government reported 759 cases of the H7N9 avian flu, with 281 deaths. By comparison, in 2016 there were 123 cases.
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UNIST to develop self-powered tracking device for bird flu outbreak prediction - News-Medical.net Thu, 21 Sep 2017 03:21:00 GMT

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UNIST to develop self-powered tracking device for bird flu outbreak prediction
News-Medical.net
By successfully securing 3.19 billion KRW in research funding over four years, the project is expected to accelerate the development of a self-powered tracking device for bird flu outbreak prediction. The center will receive 2.9 billion KRW from the ...

Jerusalem holds a haven for birds - The Jerusalem Post Sun, 24 Sep 2017 00:40:11 GMT

The Jerusalem Post

Jerusalem holds a haven for birds
The Jerusalem Post
Birds in the Americas – the “New World” – are very different from those in Asia and Africa, Dax said. The early Americans saw birds that reminded them of those in the Old World and gave them names like “American robin,” but in fact, this is not really ...

$5.8 Million Awarded For Vaccine Engineering Will Use "Immune ... - Markets Insider Mon, 18 Sep 2017 17:15:08 GMT

$5.8 Million Awarded For Vaccine Engineering Will Use "Immune ...
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PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island, Sept. 19, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- EpiVax, Inc. ("EpiVax") a pioneer in the fields of bioinformatics and immune engineering, today ...

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Former CDC chief launches $225 million global health initiative ... - Washington Post Tue, 12 Sep 2017 15:02:47 GMT

Washington Post

Former CDC chief launches $225 million global health initiative ...
Washington Post
Tom Frieden, former director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, is starting a new initiative to tackle some of global health's thorniest issues: ...

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PH seeks share of global nature tourism market | ABS-CBN News - ABS-CBN News Fri, 15 Sep 2017 10:21:00 GMT

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PH seeks share of global nature tourism market | ABS-CBN News
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Thirty percent of the about a billion tourists in the world are looking at nature tourism, and the Philippines is looking to encourage them to visit the country.

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Bird-brained: Creswell man pursues avian passion - Bend Bulletin Sun, 24 Sep 2017 14:23:37 GMT

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Bird-brained: Creswell man pursues avian passion
Bend Bulletin
At the same time, he found numerous ways to pursue his passion for birds, serving as associate editor of Birding magazine since 2006 and doing ornithological fieldwork around the world, from Oregon's Malheur National Wildlife Refuge to sites in Panama ...

Public Isn't Adequately Protected Against Misuse Of Biomedical ... - NPR Thu, 14 Sep 2017 19:04:53 GMT

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Public Isn't Adequately Protected Against Misuse Of Biomedical ...
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The National Academies of Sciences says not enough has been done to keep legitimate research on pathogens and toxins from being misappropriated and ...

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