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Bird Flu Found at Farm in S. Korea (Post, February 11, 2007)

In Drill, CDC Practices For Influenza Pandemic:  Agency Uses Mock Outbreak to Prepare for Disaster (Post, February 4, 2007)

Battling Avian Flu and Disbelief:  Sumatran Villagers With Avian Influenza Turn to Witch Doctors (Post, August 30, 2006)

Biologists Test for Bird Flu in Alaska (AP, August 29, 2006; 6:42 PM)

White House: Lesser Bird Flu May Be Here (AP, August 14, 2006; 7:52 PM)

Gateway for Bird Flu Opens:  Ignoring Chicken Import Ban, Smugglers Bring Virus Over Border From China (Post, July 30, 2006)

Bird Flu Vaccine Shows Promise (Post, July 27, 2006)

Bird Flu May Have Entered Nigeria 3 Times (AP, July 5, 2006; 8:45 PM)

WHO Reports Mutation in Human-to-Human Bird Flu:  Investigator Says Virus Did Not Spread Beyond Indonesian Family (Post, June 24, 2006)

A Grisly but Essential Issue:  Pandemic Plan Skims Over How to Deal With Many Corpses (Post, June 9, 2006)

WHO Says Bird Flu Drug Maker on Alert (AP, May 27, 2006; 9:58 PM)

Bird Flu Fears Ignite Debate on Scientists' Sharing of Data (Post, May 25, 2006)

Bird Flu May Raise Global Alert (Post, May 25, 2006)

WHO Probes Indonesian Bird Flu :  Signs of Human Transmission Sought in Indonesian Deaths (Post, May 19, 2006)

Bush Releases Pandemic Plan (Post, May 4, 2006)

Most U.S. Businesses Unprepared for Bird Flu:  Most Firms Haven't Prepared for Possibility Of a Global Outbreak (Post, May 2, 2006)

Afghan Women Tackle Bird Flu:  Motivated to Protect Livelihoods, Widows Prevail Over Fear, Disorder (Post, April 16, 2006)

Washington Sketch:  Happy Doomsday! (Post, March 24, 2006)

Researchers Shed More Light on Bird Flu (Post, March 23, 2006)

D.C. Plans Summit on Pandemic Response:  Meeting April 28 Is Part of Effort to Coordinate Business, School, Religious Groups (Post, March 21, 2006)

U.S. to Increase Testing For Deadly Avian Flu (Post, March 21, 2006)

Bird Flu Hits Israel (Post, March 18, 2006)

Bird Flu Dampens Buddhist Rite:  Animal Experts Warning Against Traditional Release (Post, March 16, 2006)

Vet's Work in Cambodia May Hold Clues to Spread of Avian Flu:  Vet's Work in Cambodia May Hold Clues to Spread of Avian Flu (Post, March 9, 2006)

Fears of Bird Flu Sideline Poultry:  In Sign of Industry's Crisis, Birds Banned From Top Agricultural Expo (Post, March 2, 2006)

Georgia Finds H5N1 Virus in Wild Swans (Post, February 27, 2006)

Spooked by Bird Flu, Egyptians Horde Water:  Residents of Cairo Fear Chickens Dumped in the Nile Could Infect Their Drinking Supply (Post, February 26, 2006)

Bird Flu Fears Coop Up London's Famous Ravens (Post, February 22, 2006)

India Kills Chickens to Contain Bird Flu (Post, February 20, 2006)

Swan Deaths Spread Fear Of Bird Flu In Europe:  Sales of Poultry Plummet in Italy (Post, February 16, 2006)

Africa's Bird Flu Likely From Poultry (Post, February 16, 2006)

Avian Influenza Reported in 3 More Countries (Post, February 15, 2006)

Genetics May Play a Role in Bird Flu (Post, February 15, 2006)

Aiding the Fight Against Bird Flu in Africa (Post, February 13, 2006)

Avian Flu Reaches Western Europe:  Outbreak in Europe A 'Major Extension' (Post, February 12, 2006)

Three Days With a Bird Flu Sleuth:  A WHO Epidemiologist Probes The Death of a Jakarta Nurse As Fears of Viral Mutation Grow (Post, February 6, 2006)

A Bird in The Head:  Avian Flu Isn't About to Get You. Panic May. (Post, January 31, 2006)

Bird Flu Fears Rattle Chicken Capital (Post, January 16, 2006)

Turkey Braces for Long Battle On Bird Flu (Post, January 13, 2006)

Lethal Strain Of Bird Flu Found in Turks (Post, January 8, 2006)

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