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News Archive 2004

11/11/04
Domestic ducks could pose a new Avian Influenza threat
22/10/04
Over $90 million worth of milk lost each year in East Africa and the Near East
27/09/04
Bird flu is a crisis of global importance
30/07/04
Bird flu: three subregional veterinary networks for Asia
16/07/04
Avian flu: no need to kill wild birds
09/07/04
Avian influenza in Asian countries far from over
17/06/04
World meat and dairy experts discuss rising prices and animal disease outbreaks
10/06/04
Europe's success in fight against foot-and-mouth disease - risks remain
04/06/04
Namibia: fighting poverty through milk production
25/05/04
Transboundary animal diseases on the rise
25/05/04
Food Safety, Animal and Plant Health Portal launched
24/05/04
Food safety at risk in Asia and the Pacific
10/05/04
Chad: Livestock diversification helps to combat food insecurity
21/04/04
Tick fight targets Antigua
31/03/04
Loss of domestic animal breeds alarming
22/03/04
Japan supports four Asian countries to fight bird flu
19/03/04
FAO/OIE cautious about declaring victory over avian flu in Asia
11/03/04
Bird flu: affected countries should not restock flocks too quickly
02/03/04
Animal disease outbreaks hit global meat exports
25/02/04
Bird flu in Asia: control campaigns need to continue
13/02/04
Bird flu virus still not under control
06/02/04
No evidence of H5N1 influenza in swine in Viet Nam
05/02/04
FAO/OIE/WHO call for targeted strategy including poultry vaccination to help curb avian flu
04/02/04
Avian flu virus continues to spread in Asia
03/02/04
Avian flu: FAO provides $1.6 million in emergency aid to four Asian countries
02/02/04
FAO seriously concerned about new outbreaks of avian flu
30/01/04
Bird flu: success of eradication depends on mass cullings
28/01/04
High geographic concentration of animals may have favoured the spread of avian flu
27/01/04
Unprecedented spread of avian influenza requires broad collaboration
15/01/04
FAO seriously concerned about the spread of Avian flu in East Asia
12/01/04
BSE controls in many countries are still not sufficient