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2006-07-07 07:23:48

MADRID (Reuters) - A Spanish laboratory has confirmed the country's first case of H5N1 bird flu after analyzing a sample taken from a wild migratory water bird, the Agriculture Ministry said on Friday.

2006-07-07 05:13:44

MADRID (Reuters) - Spanish state radio said on Friday the country's first case of H5N1 bird flu had been confirmed in a great crested grebe in the city of Vitoria but officials said test results were still not available. Up to now there have been no cases of H5N1 confirmed in Spain.

2006-07-07 04:53:23

MADRID (Reuters) - Spanish state radio said on Friday the country's first case of H5N1 bird flu had been confirmed in a great crested grebe in the city of Vitoria but officials said test results were still not available. Up to now there have been no cases of H5N1 confirmed in Spain.

2006-07-07 04:41:07

MADRID (Reuters) - Spanish national radio reported on Friday that the first case of H5N1 bird flu had been confirmed in a great crested grebe in the northern city of Vitoria but the Basque Country regional government said results of tests were still not available.

2006-07-03 13:20:00

South Africa has found a benign strain of bird flu on an ostrich farm in the country's west, officials said on Monday.

2006-07-03 07:20:45

By Telly Nathalia JAKARTA (Reuters) - A World Health Organization laboratory test has confirmed a 5-year-old Indonesian boy who died last month was infected with bird flu, a health ministry official said on Monday.

2006-07-01 00:05:00

BEIJING (Reuters) - China has found the H5N1 avian influenza virus in birds in the northwestern region of Ningxia, the Agriculture Ministry said, suggesting a fresh outbreak.

2006-06-26 07:15:00

Balinese farmer Wayan Murda clutches his rooster, gently stroking the tame bird.

2006-06-23 12:50:47

By Stephanie Nebehay and Fitri Wulandari GENEVA/JAKARTA (Reuters) - The H5N1 bird flu virus mutated somewhat among Indonesians in the largest known human cluster, but did not evolve into a more transmissible form, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday. A spokeswoman for the U.N.

2006-06-23 08:29:33

By Stephanie Nebehay and Fitri Wulandari GENEVA/JAKARTA (Reuters) - The H5N1 bird flu virus mutated somewhat among Indonesians in the largest known human cluster, but did not evolve into a more transmissible form, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday. A spokeswoman for the U.N.


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