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International emergency meeting in BangkokRome – New outbreaks of avian influenza are still occuring in some Asian countries, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization...
25 Feb 2004
Meeting on avian influenza control in animals in Asia Bangkok, 26 to 28 FebruaryBangkok – The present bird flu emergency can not be considered...
17 Feb 2004
Bangkok, 13 February 2004 -- The spread of the avian influenza virus in several Asian countries is still not under control, according to the...
13 Feb 2004
Bangkok/Rome – The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said on Friday that it had no evidence at this stage that swine were...
06 Feb 2004
Bangkok – Despite massive efforts to stamp out the virulent avian influenza virus, the disease continues to spread in poultry producing areas in some...
04 Feb 2004
Bangkok – The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is seriously concerned about new outbreaks of bird flu in Asia. “Bird flu remains a...
02 Feb 2004
Bangkok – The success of eradication of bird flu in affected countries in Asia heavily depends on mass cullings, the UN Food and Agriculture...
30 Jan 2004
Around 25 million birds culled – international assistance neededBangkok - The spread of avian influenza from Pakistan to China may have been facilitated by...
28 Jan 2004
Bangkok - With six Asian countries affected by avian influenza, FAO appeals for concerted action by governments for averting a further spread of pathogenic...
23 Jan 2004
South Korea, Viet Nam and Japan affected – team of experts sent to Viet Nam Rome — The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)...
15 Jan 2004