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BIRDFLU JAPAN
RTRANRP
January 20, 2004
A government employee guards a road block leading to a poultry farm after an outbreak of the highly contagious...
Ato, Japan
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE GUARDS A ROAD BLOCK LEADING TO A FARM IN ATO JAPAN.
A government employee guards a road block leading to a poultry farm after an outbreak of the highly contagious bird flu in Ato, southwestern Japan January 20, 2004. The area in southwest Japan hit by bird flu said on Monday it has completed checks on commercial chicken farms and found them to be free of the disease. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK
BIRDFLU JAPAN
RTRADOX
January 16, 2004
PREFECTURAL OFFICIALS WEARING PROTECTIVE GEARS USE FORKLIFT TO DISPOSE CHICKENS AT THE FARM AFTER AN...
Ato, Japan
PREFECTURAL OFFICIALS WEARING PROTECTIVE GEARS USE FORKLIFT TO DISPOSE CHICKENS AT THE FARM AFTER AN...
PREFECTURAL OFFICIALS WEARING PROTECTIVE GEARS USE FORKLIFT TO DISPOSE CHICKENS AT THE FARM AFTER AN OUTBREAK OF BIRD FLU IN ATO TOWN, JAPAN. A prefectural government's employee wearing protective gears uses a forklift to dispose chickens at a farm after an outbreak of the highly contagious bird flu in Ato town, in western Japan, January 16, 2004. An operation to bury culled chickens from the farm began on Friday. Japan appeared no nearer on Friday to tracing the source of its first outbreak of bird flu in nearly 80 years, after experts said the likelihood that migratory birds had carried the disease into the country were slim. REUTERS/Issei Kato
BIRDFLU JAPAN
RTRADOQ
January 16, 2004
A power shovel digs up the ground while prefectural officials wearing protective gear look on, beside...
Ato, Japan
POWER SHOVEL DIGS BESIDE THE FARM IN ATO TOWN, JAPAN.
A power shovel digs up the ground while prefectural officials wearing protective gear look on, beside the farm where an outbreak of the highly contagious bird flu occurred, in Ato town, western Japan January 16, 2004. An operation to bury culled chickens from the farm began on Friday. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/TW
BIRDFLU JAPAN
RTRADOH
January 16, 2004
PREFECTURAL OFFICIALS WEARING PROTECTIVE GEARS DISPOSE CHICKENS AT THE FARM AFTER AN OUTBREAK OF BIRD...
Ato, Japan
PREFECTURAL OFFICIALS WEARING PROTECTIVE GEARS DISPOSE CHICKENS AT THE FARM AFTER AN OUTBREAK OF BIRD...
PREFECTURAL OFFICIALS WEARING PROTECTIVE GEARS DISPOSE CHICKENS AT THE FARM AFTER AN OUTBREAK OF BIRD FLU IN ATO TOWN, JAPAN. Prefectural government's employees wearing protective gears dispose chickens at a farm after an outbreak of the highly contagious bird flu in Ato town, in western Japan, January 16, 2004. An operation to bury culled chickens from the farm began on Friday. Japan appeared no nearer on Friday to tracing the source of its first outbreak of bird flu in nearly 80 years, after experts said the likelihood that migratory birds had carried the disease into the country were slim. REUTERS/Issei Kato
BIRDFLU JAPAN
RTRADO0
January 16, 2004
Prefectural government employees wearing protective gear dispose of chickens at a farm after an outbreak...
Ato, Japan
PREFECTURAL OFFICIALS WEARING PROTECTIVE GEAR DISPOSE OF CHICKENS IN ATO TOWN, JAPAN.
Prefectural government employees wearing protective gear dispose of chickens at a farm after an outbreak of the highly contagious bird flu in Ato town, in western Japan, January 16, 2004. An operation to bury culled chickens from the farm began on Friday. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/TW
BIRDFLU JAPAN
RTRAAH3
January 15, 2004
Prefectural government empolyees take off their protective gear as they leave the farm where an outbreak...
Ato, Japan
PREFECTURAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES TAKE OFF PROTECTIVE GEAR IN ATO TOWN, JAPAN.
Prefectural government empolyees take off their protective gear as they leave the farm where an outbreak of the highly contagious bird flu occurred in Ato town, western Japan January 15, 2004. The disposed chicken burying operation will start by Friday evening beside the farm, prefectural officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/TW
BIRDFLU JAPAN
RTRAAGW
January 15, 2004
A prefectural government empolyee leads a truck loaded with a power shovel at a road block leading to...
Ato, Japan
PREFECTURAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES LEAD A TRUCK NEAR THE FARM OF THE OUTBREAK OF BIRD FLU IN ATO TOWN,...
A prefectural government empolyee leads a truck loaded with a power shovel at a road block leading to a poultry farm in Ato town, western Japan, January 15, 2004 where an outbreak of bird flu was confirmed. The disposed chicken burying operation will start by Friday evening beside the farm, prefectural officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/TW
BIRDFLU JAPAN
RTRA6V5
January 14, 2004
PREFECTURAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES DISPOSE OF CHICKENS AT THE FARM OF THE OUTBREAK OF BIRD FLU IN ATO TOWN,...
Ato, Japan
PREFECTURAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES DISPOSE OF CHICKENS AT THE FARM OF THE OUTBREAK OF BIRD FLU IN ATO ......
PREFECTURAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES DISPOSE OF CHICKENS AT THE FARM OF THE OUTBREAK OF BIRD FLU IN ATO TOWN, JAPAN. Prefectural government empolyees dispose of chickens at the farm where an outbreak of the highly contagious bird flu occurred in Ato town, western Japan January 14, 2004. Japanese officials, striving to halt the spread of bird flu, said on Wednesday they had so far been unable to discover how the outbreak occurred. REUTERS/Issei Kato
BIRDFLU JAPAN
RTRA6UX
January 14, 2004
PREFECTURAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES DISPOSE OF CHICKENS AT THE FARM OF THE OUTBREAK OF BIRD FLU IN ATO TOWN,...
Ato, Japan
PREFECTURAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES DISPOSE OF CHICKENS AT THE FARM OF THE OUTBREAK OF BIRD FLU IN ATO ......
PREFECTURAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES DISPOSE OF CHICKENS AT THE FARM OF THE OUTBREAK OF BIRD FLU IN ATO TOWN, JAPAN. Prefectural government empolyees dispose of chickens at the farm where an outbreak of the highly contagious bird flu occurred in Ato town, western Japan January 14, 2004. Japanese officials, striving to halt the spread of bird flu, said on Wednesday they had so far been unable to discover how the outbreak occurred. REUTERS/Issei Kato
BIRDFLU JAPAN
RTRA6U3
January 14, 2004
A Japanese television crew wearing masks report from near the farm where an outbreak of highly contagious...
Ato, Japan
TV CREW WEARING MASKS REPORT FROM THE FARM OF THE OUTBREAK OF BIRD FLU IN ATO TOWN, JAPAN.
A Japanese television crew wearing masks report from near the farm where an outbreak of highly contagious bird flu occurred in Ato town, western Japan January 14, 2004. Japanese officials, striving to halt the spread of bird flu, said on Wednesday they had so far been unable to discover how the outbreak occurred. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/TW
FOOD JAPAN CHICKENS
RTRA3TL
January 14, 2004
A PREFECTURAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE STANDS NEAR A ROAD BLOCK AT A ROAD LEADNING TO POULTRY FARM IN WESTERN...
Ato, Japan
A PREFECTURAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE STANDS NEAR A ROAD BLOCK AT A ROAD LEADNING TO POULTRY FARM IN ...
A PREFECTURAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE STANDS NEAR A ROAD BLOCK AT A ROAD LEADNING TO POULTRY FARM IN WESTERN JAPAN. A prefectural government employee stands next to a sign that reads: "off-limits" at a road block leading to a poultry farm in Ato town, western Japan, January 14, 2004 where the bird flu was confirmed. Japan has confirmed an outbreak of highly contagious bird flu that has swept through Asia and has dealt a blow to South Korea's poultry industry. About 6,000 chickens found dead on a farm in the western prefecture of Yamaguchi died of avian influenza, REUTERS
FOOD JAPAN CHICKENS
RTRA3SY
January 14, 2004
Prefectural government employees guard a road block leading to the poultry farm in Ato town, western...
Ato, Japan
PREFECTURAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES GUARD A ROAD BLOCK LEADING TO POULTRY FARM IN ATO TOWN, JAPAN.
Prefectural government employees guard a road block leading to the poultry farm in Ato town, western Japan, January 14, 2004 where an outbreak of bird flu was confirmed. Japan has confirmed an outbreak of highly contagious bird flu that has swept through Asia and has dealt a blow to South Korea's poultry industry. About 6,000 chickens found dead on a farm in the western prefecture of Yamaguchi died of avian influenza, prefectural officials said on Monday. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/FA
FOOD JAPAN CHICKENS
RTRA3SP
January 14, 2004
PREFECTURAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE SPRAYS ANTISEPTIC SOLUTION AT A ROAD BLOCK LEADING TO POULTRY FARM IN...
Ato, Japan
PREFECTURAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE SPRAYS ANTISEPTIC SOLUTION AT A ROAD BLOCK LEADING TO POULTRY FARM IN...
PREFECTURAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE SPRAYS ANTISEPTIC SOLUTION AT A ROAD BLOCK LEADING TO POULTRY FARM IN WESTERN JAPAN. A prefectural government empolyee (L) spray antiseptic solution to a car at a road block leading to the poultry farm in Ato town, western Japan, January 14, 2004 where an outbreak of bird flu was confirmed. Japan has confirmed an outbreak of the highly contagious bird flu that has swept through Asia and has dealt a blow to South Korea's poultry industry. About 6,000 chickens found dead on a farm in the western prefecture of Yamaguchi died of avian influenza, prefectural officials said on Monday. REUTERS/Issei Kato
FOOD JAPAN CHICKENS
RTRA45R
January 13, 2004
PREFECTURAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE SPRAYS ANTISEPTIC SOLUTION AT A ROAD BLOCK LEADING TO POULTRY FARM IN...
Ato, Japan
PREFECTURAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE SPRAYS ANTISEPTIC SOLUTION AT A ROAD BLOCK LEADING TO POULTRY FARM IN...
PREFECTURAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE SPRAYS ANTISEPTIC SOLUTION AT A ROAD BLOCK LEADING TO POULTRY FARM IN WESTERN JAPAN. A prefectural government employee (L) sprays antiseptic solution to a car while his colleague looks on at a road block leading to the poultry farm in Ato town, western Japan, January 13, 2004. Japan has confirmed an outbreak of highly contagious bird flu that has swept through Asia and has dealt a blow to South Korea's poultry industry. About 6,000 chickens found dead on a farm in the western prefecture of Yamaguchi died of avian influenza, prefectural officials said on Monday. REUTERS/Issei Kato
FOOD JAPAN CHICKENS
RTRA3TA
January 13, 2004
PREFECTURAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE TALKS WITH A HEALTH OFFICER AS HE SPRAY ANTISEPTIC SOLUTION AT A ROAD...
Ato, Japan
PREFECTURAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE TALKS WITH A HEALTH OFFICER AS HE SPRAY ANTISEPTIC SOLUTION AT A ROAD...
PREFECTURAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE TALKS WITH A HEALTH OFFICER AS HE SPRAY ANTISEPTIC SOLUTION AT A ROAD BLOCK AT A POULTRY FARM IN WESTERN JAPAN. A prefectural government employee (L) talks with a livestock health officer as he sprays antiseptic solution to a car at a road block leading to the poultry farm in Ato town, western Japan January 13, 2004. Japan has confirmed an outbreak of highly contagious bird flu that has swept through Asia and has dealt a blow to South Korea's poultry industry. About 6,000 chickens found dead on a farm in the western prefecture of Yamaguchi died of avian influenza, prefectural officials said on Monday. REUTERS/Issei Kato
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