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EGYPT
RTR2Z9AE
March 12, 2012
Children walk past livestock that died from foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) placed by farmers outside a...
Ibsheway el-Malaq, Egypt
Children walk past livestock that died from foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) placed by farmers outside a...
Children walk past livestock that died from foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) placed by farmers outside a veterinary centre during a protest in Ibsheway el-Malaq village in Gharbia governorate March 12, 2012. Farmers on Monday protested against the government for not taking effective action to combat the outbreak of FMD in Egypt and demanded for compensation for their affected livestock. The farmers added that consumers are abstaining from purchasing beef and mutton, causing prices of fish and chicken to rise. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: ANIMALS CIVIL UNREST HEALTH AGRICULTURE)
EGYPT
RTR2Z9AC
March 12, 2012
Livestock that died from foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) are placed by farmers outside a veterinary centre...
Ibsheway el-Malaq, Egypt
Livestock that died from foot-and-mouth disease are placed by farmers outside a veterinary centre during...
Livestock that died from foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) are placed by farmers outside a veterinary centre during a protest in Ibsheway el-Malaq village in Gharbia governorate March 12, 2012. Farmers on Monday protested against the government for not taking effective action to combat the outbreak of FMD in Egypt and demanded for compensation for their affected livestock. The farmers added that consumers are abstaining from purchasing beef and mutton, causing prices of fish and chicken to rise. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: ANIMALS CIVIL UNREST HEALTH AGRICULTURE)
SAFRICA-LIVESTOCK
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April 13, 2011
A cow is seen at a Karan Beef farm outside Heidelberg, south-east of Johannesburg April 13, 2011. The...
Johannesburg, South Africa
A cow is seen at a Karan Beef farm outside Heidelberg, south-east of Johannesburg
A cow is seen at a Karan Beef farm outside Heidelberg, south-east of Johannesburg April 13, 2011. The State Veterinary Service has lifted the quarantine it placed on Karan Beef last month as the foot and mouth disease virus (FMD) was not found in the country's largest feedlot, according to a company spokesperson. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: ANIMALS HEALTH FOOD)
SAFRICA-LIVESTOCK
RTR2L6Y3
April 13, 2011
Cows are seen at a Karan Beef farm outside Heidelberg, south-east of Johannesburg April 13, 2011. The...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Cows are seen at a Karan Beef farm outside Heidelberg, south-east of Johannesburg
Cows are seen at a Karan Beef farm outside Heidelberg, south-east of Johannesburg April 13, 2011. The State Veterinary Service has lifted the quarantine it placed on Karan Beef last month as the foot and mouth disease virus (FMD) was not found in the country's largest feedlot, according to a company spokesperson. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: ANIMALS HEALTH FOOD)
KOREA-RITUAL/
RTR2K1SH
March 18, 2011
Pig heads are seen at a butcher in central Seoul March 18, 2011. South Korea's months-long battle with...
Seoul, South Korea
To match Reuters Life! KOREA-RITUAL/
Pig heads are seen at a butcher in central Seoul March 18, 2011. South Korea's months-long battle with foot-and-mouth disease has seen millions of pigs buried across this Asian nation and has hit traditional shamanist ceremonies that use pigs' heads to bring good luck. To match Reuters Life! KOREA-RITUAL/ REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS HEALTH)
CHINA/
RTR2CH6A
April 06, 2010
A child who has foot-and-mouth disease receives medical treatment at a hospital in Hefei, Anhui province...
Hefei, China
A child who has foot-and-mouth disease receives medical treatment at a hospital in Hefei
A child who has foot-and-mouth disease receives medical treatment at a hospital in Hefei, Anhui province April 6, 2010. The world will mark World Health Day on April 7. REUTERS/Stringer (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
BRITAIN-DISEASE/
RTR1TRJC
September 12, 2007
A notice is placed at a cordon at an entrance to farm fields near Egham in Surrey in southern England...
EGHAM, United Kingdom
A notice is placed at a cordon at an entrance to farm fields near Egham in Surrey in southern England...
A notice is placed at a cordon at an entrance to farm fields near Egham in Surrey in southern England September 12, 2007. Foot and mouth disease has struck a new cattle farm in southern England, the government said on Wednesday, prompting the European Union to suspend a decision to lift its ban on British meat exports. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-DISEASE/
RTR1TRJ9
September 12, 2007
A police officer stands guard by a cordon at an entrance to farm fields near Egham in Surrey in southern...
EGHAM, United Kingdom
A police officer stands guard by a cordon at an entrance to farm fields near Egham in Surrey in southern...
A police officer stands guard by a cordon at an entrance to farm fields near Egham in Surrey in southern England September 12, 2007. Foot and mouth disease has struck a new cattle farm in southern England, the government said on Wednesday, prompting the European Union to suspend a decision to lift its ban on British meat exports. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-DISEASE/
RTR1TRJ7
September 12, 2007
An official enters farm fields near Egham in Surrey in southern England September 12, 2007. Foot and...
EGHAM, United Kingdom
An official enters farm fields near Egham in Surrey in southern England
An official enters farm fields near Egham in Surrey in southern England September 12, 2007. Foot and mouth disease has struck a new cattle farm in southern England, the government said on Wednesday, prompting the European Union to suspend a decision to lift its ban on British meat exports. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-DISEASE/CONFIRM
RTR1TRH1
September 12, 2007
An official reacts as she sets up a cordon at an entrance to farm fields near Egham in Surrey in southern...
EGHAM, United Kingdom
An official reacts as she sets up a cordon at an entrance to farm fields near Egham in Surrey in southern...
An official reacts as she sets up a cordon at an entrance to farm fields near Egham in Surrey in southern England September 12, 2007. Britain's agriculture ministry (Defra) confirmed on Wednesday that foot and mouth disease has broken out on a cattle farm in southern England. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CATTLE/
RTR1SO72
August 10, 2007
A farmer disinfects his tractor in Wotton, southern England, August 10, 2007. Officials said on Friday...
WOTTON, United Kingdom
A farmer disinfects his tractor in Wotton in southern England
A farmer disinfects his tractor in Wotton, southern England, August 10, 2007. Officials said on Friday they were investigating a new suspected case of foot and mouth at a farm near Wotton, which is outside a previously infected area, but the farmer involved said vets were sure his animals were disease-free. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CATTLE/
RTR1SME1
August 08, 2007
A vet disinfects his boots after examining a farm near Normandy in south-eastern England, August 8, 2007....
Normandy, United Kingdom
A vet disinfects his boots after examining a farm near Normandy in south-eastern England
A vet disinfects his boots after examining a farm near Normandy in south-eastern England, August 8, 2007. British government investigators have found a "strong probability" that the strain of virus behind an outbreak of foot and mouth disease in Britain came from two research labs near the site of the infection. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CATTLE/
RTR1SMDZ
August 08, 2007
A vet disinfects her boots after examining a farm near Normandy in southeast England August 8, 2007....
Normandy, United Kingdom
A vet disinfects her boots after examining a farm near Normandy in southeast England
A vet disinfects her boots after examining a farm near Normandy in southeast England August 8, 2007. British government investigators have found a "strong probability" that the strain of virus behind an outbreak of foot and mouth disease in Britain came from two research labs near the site of the infection. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CATTLE/
RTR1SM50
August 08, 2007
A sign announces the closure of a public footpath due to an outbreak of foot and mouth disease, in the...
Guildford, United Kingdom
A sign announces the closure of a public footpath due to an outbreak of foot and mouth disease near Guildford...
A sign announces the closure of a public footpath due to an outbreak of foot and mouth disease, in the protection zone near Normandy, near Guildford in south east England, August 8, 2007. British government investigators have found a "strong probability" that the strain of virus behind an outbreak of foot and mouth disease in Britain came from two research labs near the site of the infection. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor(BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CATTLE/
RTR1SM3B
August 08, 2007
A man disinfects the wheels of a car as it arrives at Guildford College's Merrist Wood Campus, part of...
Guildford, United Kingdom
A man disinfects the wheels of a car as it arrives at Merrist Wood Campus near Guildford in south east...
A man disinfects the wheels of a car as it arrives at Guildford College's Merrist Wood Campus, part of which specialises in countryside and animal management, as a precaution against a local outbreak of foot and mouth disease, near Guildford in south east England August 8, 2007. British government investigators have found a "strong probability" that the strain of virus behind an outbreak of foot and mouth disease in Britain came from two research labs near the site of the infection. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor(BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CATTLE/
RTR1SLXX
August 08, 2007
A woman walks past a sign for the Merial Animal Health laboratories at Pirbright near Guildford in south...
London, United Kingdom
A woman walks past a sign for the Merial Animal Health laboratories at Pirbright near Guildford in south...
A woman walks past a sign for the Merial Animal Health laboratories at Pirbright near Guildford in south east England, August 8, 2007. Government inspectors say there is a "strong probability" the disease, which has prompted a cull of cattle and an international ban on British meat, milk and livestock, came from labs in Surrey close to farms where cattle were infected. Merial rejected the report's suggestions, saying that despite days of intensive internal investigations it had "not been able to establish any evidence that the virus may have been transported out of our centre by humans". REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CATTLE/
RTR1SL7U
August 07, 2007
A dead cow is dropped into a truck in a farm in Normandy, near Guildford, south east England August 7,...
Normandy, United Kingdom
A dead cow is dropped into a truck in a farm in Normandy
A dead cow is dropped into a truck in a farm in Normandy, near Guildford, south east England August 7, 2007. A second herd of cattle in southern Britain has contracted foot and mouth disease, the government said on Tuesday, raising fears that the highly damaging animal virus is spreading. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CATTLE/
RTR1SL7T
August 07, 2007
An official watches as a dead cow is dropped into a truck in a farm in Normandy, near Guildford, south...
Normandy, United Kingdom
An official watches as a dead cow is dropped into a truck in a farm in Normandy
An official watches as a dead cow is dropped into a truck in a farm in Normandy, near Guildford, south east England August 7, 2007. A second herd of cattle in southern Britain has contracted foot and mouth disease, the government said on Tuesday, raising fears that the highly damaging animal virus is spreading. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CATTLE/
RTR1SL1G
August 07, 2007
Officials walk through a field on a farm in Normandy, near Guildford, southern England August 7, 2007....
Normandy, United Kingdom
Officials walk through a field on a farm in Normandy, southern England
Officials walk through a field on a farm in Normandy, near Guildford, southern England August 7, 2007. A second herd of cattle in southern Britain has contracted foot and mouth disease, the government said on Tuesday, raising fears that the highly damaging animal virus is spreading. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN CATTLE/
RTR1SKWE
August 07, 2007
A warning sign hangs on a stile beside a field in Elstead, near Guildford, southern England August 7,...
ELSTEAD, United Kingdom
A warning sign hangs on a stile beside a field in Elstead, southern England
A warning sign hangs on a stile beside a field in Elstead, near Guildford, southern England August 7, 2007. A second herd of cattle in southern Britain has contracted foot and mouth disease, the government said on Tuesday, raising fears that the highly damaging animal virus is spreading. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CATTLE/
RTR1SJHG
August 05, 2007
A worker from Woolford farm disinfects her boots as she leaves the farm in Elstead, near Guildford, southern...
ELSTEAD, United Kingdom
A worker from Woolford farm disinfects her boots as she leaves the farm in Elstead, southern England
A worker from Woolford farm disinfects her boots as she leaves the farm in Elstead, near Guildford, southern England August 5, 2007. A suspected case of foot and mouth disease had been reported at another farm nearby. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CATTLE/
RTR1SJHF
August 05, 2007
A worker from Woolford farm disinfects her bag as she leaves the farm in Elstead, near Guildford, southern...
ELSTEAD, United Kingdom
A worker from Woolford farm disinfects her bag as she leaves the farm in Elstead, southern England
A worker from Woolford farm disinfects her bag as she leaves the farm in Elstead, near Guildford, southern England August 5, 2007. A suspected case of foot and mouth disease had been reported at another farm nearby. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CATTLE/
RTR1SIBW
August 04, 2007
An aerial view shows officials from the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) standing...
Normandy, United Kingdom
An aerial view shows officials from the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) standing...
An aerial view shows officials from the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) standing amongst slaughtered cattle (centre) at a farm near Guildford, southern England, August 4, 2007. Britain moved rapidly to contain an outbreak of foot and mouth, a highly infectious disease that devastated farming six years ago, by isolating a farm outside London on Saturday. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CATTLE/
RTR1SIA0
August 04, 2007
An aerial view shows officials from the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) standing...
Guildford, United Kingdom
An aerial view shows officials from the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) standing...
An aerial view shows officials from the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) standing amongst slaughtered cattle at a farm near Guildford, southern England, August 4, 2007. Britain moved rapidly to contain an outbreak of foot and mouth, a highly infectious disease that devastated farming six years ago, by isolating a farm outside London on Saturday. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN/
RTR1SI2D
August 04, 2007
A foot and mouth disease warning note is attached to tape across a closed footpath in Flexford, near...
FLEXFORD, United Kingdom
A foot and mouth disease warning note is attached to tape across a closed footpath in Flexford
A foot and mouth disease warning note is attached to tape across a closed footpath in Flexford, near Guildford, southern England August 4, 2007, around the site of the latest outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease. Foot and mouth disease has been found in cattle on a British farm, the government said on Friday, as it banned livestock movements to prevent a repeat of a 2001 outbreak that blighted farming and rural tourism. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN)
FOOD BRAZIL CATTLE
RTR19O0H
October 19, 2005
Police sharpshooters destroy livestock infected with foot-and-mouth disease at Jangada cattle farm in...
Eldorado, Brazil
Police sharpshooters destroy livestock infected with foot-and-mouth disease at Jangada cattle farm in...
Police sharpshooters destroy livestock infected with foot-and-mouth disease at Jangada cattle farm in Eldorado in the center-west state of Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil, October 19, 2005. Brazilian and Paraguayan health officials blamed each other for the outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease on the Brazilian side of the border that led to a ban by the EU and dozens other countries on the importing of beef from Brazil, the world's largest beef exporter. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker Pictures of the Month October 2005
YEAREND PICTURES
RTRDHQA
June 08, 2002
A South Korean quarantine officer disinfects himself after taking part
in attempting to control an outbreak...
Ansung, Korea - Republic of
YEAREND PICTURES 2002.
A South Korean quarantine officer disinfects himself after taking part
in attempting to control an outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease in
Ansung, south of Seoul June 9, 2002. South Korea's Agricultural
Ministry has found 14 cases of foot-and-mouth in pigs and one case in a
cow since the first outbreak on May 4 and has killed around 117,000
livestock to contain the disease. Korea said on Sunday that six cows
with suspected foot-and-mouth disease had tested negative. REUTERS/kim
Kyung-hoon REUTERS

KKH/PB
YEAREND PICTURES
RTRPLQ6
November 19, 2001
POY - YEAREND PICTURES 2001 - Dead sheep lie in a field in Cumbria
awaiting incineration 26 March, 2001....
Carlisle, UK
YEAREND PICTURES 2001.
POY - YEAREND PICTURES 2001 - Dead sheep lie in a field in Cumbria
awaiting incineration 26 March, 2001. Thousands of apparantly healthy
sheep were slaughtered in an attempt to prevent the spread of Foot and
Mouth disease. REUTERS/Jeff J Mitchell

DC
BRAZIL DISEASE
RTRIJRN
May 20, 2001
Brazilian police throws an iodine solution on a horse's hoofs as it passes through a checkpoint in Santana...
Alegrete, Brazil
HORSE IS DISINFECTED AT A FOOT AND MOUTH CHECKPOINT IN BRAZIL.
Brazilian police throws an iodine solution on a horse's hoofs as it passes through a checkpoint in Santana do Livramento, Brazil, near the Uruguay border, May 20, 2001. Brazilian authorities have located three more cases of foot-and-mouth disease, two days after officials completed the slaughter of 323 animals in the southernmost state of Rio Grande do Sul.

PW/RCS/AA
BRAZIL DISEASE
RTRIJRD
May 20, 2001
Brazilian police throws an iodine solution on a horse's hoofs as it passes through a checkpoint in Santana...
Alegrete, Brazil
HORSE IS DISINFECTED AT A FOOT AND MOUTH CHECKPOINT IN BRAZIL.
Brazilian police throws an iodine solution on a horse's hoofs as it passes through a checkpoint in Santana do Livramento, Brazil, near the Uruguay border, May 20, 2001. Brazilian authorities have located three more cases of foot-and-mouth disease, two days after officials completed the slaughter of 323 animals in the southernmost state of Rio Grande do Sul.

PW/RCS
HOOF AND MOUTH
RTRHJ0N
April 28, 2001
A Russian built Antonov 124-100 cargo aircraft is loaded with a "Air Burners" incinerator on April 28,...
Orlando, USA
AIR BURNERS INCINERATORS HEAD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM.
A Russian built Antonov 124-100 cargo aircraft is loaded with a "Air Burners" incinerator on April 28, 2001 in Orlando Fl. The plane is headed for Lyneham RAF base in the United Kingdom where it will deliver five incinerators that will help dispose of the many animals slaughtered due to hoof and mouth disease.

RJF/RCS
HOOF AND MOUTH
RTRHJ0E
April 28, 2001
A Russian built Antonov 124-100 cargo aircraft is loaded with a "Air Burners" incinerator on April 28,...
Orlando, USA
AIR BURNERS INCINERATORS HEAD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM.
A Russian built Antonov 124-100 cargo aircraft is loaded with a "Air Burners" incinerator on April 28, 2001 in Orlando Fl. The plane is headed for Lyneham RAF base in the United Kingdom where it will deliver five incinerators that will help dispose of the many animals slaughtered due to hoof and mouth disease.

RJF/RCS
JAPAN
RTXKF4T
March 27, 2001
Japanese housewives select Japanese-produced pork at a Tokyo supermarket on March 27, 2001. Japan said...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese housewives select Japanese-produced pork at a Tokyo supermarket on March 27, 2001. Japan sa.....
Japanese housewives select Japanese-produced pork at a Tokyo supermarket on March 27, 2001. Japan said on March 23 that it would temporarily extend a ban on imports of cloven-hoofed animals and related products to the whole of the European Union due to growing fears about foor-and-mouth disease.
CHINA
RTXKE09
March 27, 2001
A Beijing resident passes by a stall selling beef and mutton at an outdoor market March 27, 2001. China...
Beijing, China
A Beijing resident passes by a stall selling beef and mutton at an outdoor market March 27, 2001. Ch.....
A Beijing resident passes by a stall selling beef and mutton at an outdoor market March 27, 2001. China has banned imports of cloven-hoofed animals and their products from the Netherlands and Ireland to prevent foot-and-mouth disease from entering the country, the Xinhua news agency said Monday. China has had no reported cases of foot-and-mouth disease associated with the current outbreak in Europe, but officials have said there were some mainland cases in 1999.
JAPAN
RTRG7XN
March 27, 2001
Japanese housewives select Japanese-produced pork at a Tokyo supermarket on March 27, 2001. Japan said...
Tokyo, Japan
JAPANESE HOUSEWIVES SELECT JAPANESE PRODUCED PORK AT TOKYO SUPERMARKET.
Japanese housewives select Japanese-produced pork at a Tokyo supermarket on March 27, 2001. Japan said on March 23 that it would temporarily extend a ban on imports of cloven-hoofed animals and related products to the whole of the European Union due to growing fears about foor-and-mouth disease.

KM/JD
CHINA
RTRG7B6
March 27, 2001
A Beijing resident passes by a stall selling beef and mutton at an outdoor market March 27, 2001. China...
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of
A CHINESE MAN PASSES BY A STALL SELLING BEEF AND MUTTON IN BEIJING.
A Beijing resident passes by a stall selling beef and mutton at an outdoor market March 27, 2001. China has banned imports of cloven-hoofed animals and their products from the Netherlands and Ireland to prevent foot-and-mouth disease from entering the country, the Xinhua news agency said Monday. China has had no reported cases of foot-and-mouth disease associated with the current outbreak in Europe, but officials have said there were some mainland cases in 1999.

GN/JD
BULGARIA
RTXKDQZ
March 21, 2001
A laboratory worker at Bulgaria's Foot-and-Mouth and Exotic Diseases Laboratory takes blood samples of...
Sofia, Bulgaria
A laboratory worker at Bulgaria's Foot-and-Mouth and Exotic Diseases Laboratory takes blood samples .....
A laboratory worker at Bulgaria's Foot-and-Mouth and Exotic Diseases Laboratory takes blood samples of cloven-hoofed animals from a fridge in Sofia on March 21, 2001. Samples have been taken of animals in a 10-km wide band along Bulgaria's borders with Turkey and Greece and the first 140 tests proved negative.
GERMANY HEALTH
RTRFXZF
March 21, 2001
A German police car arrives at the German federal virus research institute in Tuebingen near Stuttgart...
Tuebingen, Germany
GERMAN POLICE CAR ARRIVES AT FEDERAL VIRUS RESEARCH INSTITUTE IN TUEBINGEN.
A German police car arrives at the German federal virus research institute in Tuebingen near Stuttgart before a visit of German Agriculture Minister Renate Kuenast, March 21, 2001. Confirmation of foot-and-mouth disease in the Netherlands on Wednesday stoked fears in neighbouring Germany but Kuenast said a transport ban on cloven-hoofed animals since March 13 offered some security.

MAD
GERMANY HEALTH
RTRFXYG
March 21, 2001
German Agriculture Minister Renate Kuenast pauses during a news conference at the federal virus research...
Tuebingen, Germany
GERMAN AGRICULTURE MINISTER RENATE KUENAST AT FEDERAL VIRUS RESEARCH INSTITUTE IN TUEBINGEN.
German Agriculture Minister Renate Kuenast pauses during a news conference at the federal virus research institute in Tuebingen near Stuttgart, March 21, 2001. Confirmation of foot-and-mouth disease in the Netherlands on Wednesday stoked fears in neighbouring Germany but Kuenast said a transport ban on cloven-hoofed animals since March 13 offered some security. Germany would check all Dutch animal and meat imports from the last four weeks and would slaughter all animals that had come into contact with those on affected Dutch farms, Kuenast said.

MAD
GERMANY HEALTH
RTRFXY1
March 21, 2001
German Agriculture Minister Renate Kuenast wipes her face during a news conference at the federal virus...
Tuebingen, Germany
GERMAN AGRICULTURE MINISTER RENATE KUENAST AT FEDERAL VIRUS RESEARCH INSTITUTE IN TUEBINGEN.
German Agriculture Minister Renate Kuenast wipes her face during a news conference at the federal virus research institute in Tuebingen near Stuttgart, March 21, 2001. Confirmation of foot-and-mouth disease in the Netherlands on Wednesday stoked fears in neighbouring Germany, but Kuenast said a transport ban on cloven-hoofed animals since March 13 offered some security. Germany would check all Dutch animal and meat imports from the last four weeks and would slaughter all animals that had come into contact with those on affected Dutch farms, Kuenast said.

MAD/GB
BULGARIA FOOT/MOUTH
RTRFX28
March 21, 2001
Two medical laboratory workers at Bulgaria's Foot-and-Mouth and Exotic Diseases Laboratory test blood...
Sofia, Bulgaria
TWO MEDICAL LABORATORY WORKERS TESTS BLOOD SAMPLES IN SOFIA.
Two medical laboratory workers at Bulgaria's Foot-and-Mouth and Exotic Diseases Laboratory test blood samples from cloven-hoofed animals as a precaution against foot-and-mouth disease in Sofia on March 21, 2001. Samples have been taken by animals in a 10-km wide band along Bulgaria's borders with Turkey and Greece and the first 140 tests proved negative.

OP/WS
BULGARIA FOOT/MOUTH
RTRFX22
March 21, 2001
A laboratory worker at Bulgaria's Foot-and-Mouth and Exotic Diseases Laboratory takes blood samples of...
Sofia, Bulgaria
A MEDICAL LABORATORY WORKER HOLDS TESTS BLOOD SAMPLES IN SOFIA.
A laboratory worker at Bulgaria's Foot-and-Mouth and Exotic Diseases Laboratory takes blood samples of cloven-hoofed animals from a fridge in Sofia on March 21, 2001. Samples have been taken of animals in a 10-km wide band along Bulgaria's borders with Turkey and Greece and the first 140 tests proved negative.

OP/WS
FOOD DISEASE BRITAIN
RTRFUJA
March 19, 2001
A farmer carries two of his new-born lambs, which are unaffected by foot-and-mouth disease to his Farm...
Wigton, UK
A FARMER CARRIES HIS NEW-BORN LAMBS TO HIS FARM IN WIGTON CUMBRIA.
A farmer carries two of his new-born lambs, which are unaffected by foot-and-mouth disease to his Farm in Wigton Cumbria March 19, 2001. British farmers in areas worst hit by the foot-and-mouth epidemic sweeping the nation urged the government to speed up its programme of slaughtering and destroying sick animals.

JJM/BR/AA
YEAREND PICTURES
RTRPOAT
March 04, 2001
Smoke fills the sky as cows and sheep are destroyed by an incinerator
at Netherplace farm in Lockerbie,...
Canonbie, UK
YEAREND PICTURES 2001.
Smoke fills the sky as cows and sheep are destroyed by an incinerator
at Netherplace farm in Lockerbie, as the foot-and-mouth outbreak
continues to effect Scotland, March 4, 2001. The British Government has
came under fire in the early part of the year, for its handling of the
foot-and-mouth disease, which made the countryside a no-go zone and
triggered warnings of economic collapse for farmers. REUTERS/Jeff J
Mitchell

BR
YEAREND PICTURES
RTRPLPM
March 04, 2001
POY - YEAREND PICTURES 2001 - Smoke fills the sky, as a digger places
cows and sheep on a pile after...
Canonbie, UK
YEAREND PICTURES 2001.
POY - YEAREND PICTURES 2001 - Smoke fills the sky, as a digger places
cows and sheep on a pile after they were destroyed at Netherplace farm
in Lockerbie, as the foot-and-mouth outbreak continues to effect
Scotland, March 4, 2001. The British Government has come under fire for
its handling of the foot-and-mouth disease which has made the
countryside a no-go zone and triggered warnings of economic collapse
for farmers. REUTERS/Jeff J Mitchell

BR
FOOD DISEASE IRISH
RTRF2M6
March 01, 2001
A man disinfects his shoes on a protective disinfectant matt on the
border between Newry and Dundalk...
Dundalk, United Kingdom of Great Britain
A MAN DISINFECTS HIS SHOES ON THE IRISH BORDER.
A man disinfects his shoes on a protective disinfectant matt on the
border between Newry and Dundalk in County Louth, Republic of Ireland,
March 1, 2001. The Irish Garda have been removing milk, cheese and
other dairy goods from traffic heading south from Northern Ireland as
fears grow over the confirmed outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease in the
South Armagh area. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Paul McErlane

PM/PS/CLH/
GERMANY SHEEPS
RTRF20V
March 01, 2001
Rainer Baumann answers reporter's questions in front of his closed slaughterhouse in Viernheim near Darmstadt...
Viernheim, Germany
RAINER BAUMANN AT SLAUGHTERHOUSE IN VIERNHEIM.
Rainer Baumann answers reporter's questions in front of his closed slaughterhouse in Viernheim near Darmstadt March 1, 2001. German health authorities inspected and closed the slaughterhouse. Baumann apparently imported and butchered 430 sheeps two weeks ago from one of the farms in Great Britain where the hoof and mouth disease is believed to have started.

KP
YEAREND PICTURES 2001
RTRPLNK
February 25, 2001
POY - YEAREND PICTURES 2001 - Officials from Britain's Ministry of
Agriculture begin to prepare slaughtered...
Heddon, UK
YEAREND PICTURES 2001.
POY - YEAREND PICTURES 2001 - Officials from Britain's Ministry of
Agriculture begin to prepare slaughtered pigs and cows for the
incinerator at a farm near Heddon On The Wall in northern England,
February 25, 2001, after an outbreak of foot and mouth disease was
discovered there. A probable new outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease has
been found in southern England, meaning the highly contagious livestock
disease has spread the length of the country. REUTERS/Jeff J Mitchell

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FOOD DISEASE OUTBREAK
RTRES4F
February 25, 2001
Officials from Britain's Ministry of Agriculture begin to prepare slaughtered pigs and cows for the incinerator...
Heddon, UK
HEALTH OFFICIALS START DUMPING PIGS AND COWS AT HEDDON ON THE WALL FARM.
Officials from Britain's Ministry of Agriculture begin to prepare slaughtered pigs and cows for the incinerator at a farm near Heddon On The Wall in northern England, February 25, 2001, after an outbreak of foot and mouth disease was discovered there. A probable new outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease has been found in southern England, meaning the highly contagious livestock disease has spread the length of the country.

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SOUTH KOREA
RTXKCQ6
February 24, 2001
South Korean government officials spray and scatter disinfectant at a pig farm in Hwasung county, about...
Hwasung, South Korea
South Korean government officials spray and scatter disinfectant at a pig farm in Hwasung county, ab.....
South Korean government officials spray and scatter disinfectant at a pig farm in Hwasung county, about 50 km southwest of Seoul in South Korea, February 24, 2001. South Korea on Friday intensified quarantine and disinfection procedures to prevent a recurrence of foot-and-mouth disease, following reports on outbreaks of the cloven-hoofed animals disease in Britain and Mongolia.
SOUTH KOREA
RTXKCQ5
February 24, 2001
A South Korean checks pigs for possible foot-and-mouth disease at a farm in Hwasung county, about 50...
Hwasung, South Korea
A South Korean checks pigs for possible foot-and-mouth disease at a farm in Hwasung county, about 50.....
A South Korean checks pigs for possible foot-and-mouth disease at a farm in Hwasung county, about 50 km southwest of Seoul in South Korea, February 24, 2001. South Korea is intensifying quarantine and disinfection procedures to prevent a recurrence of foot-and-mouth disease, following reports on outbreaks of the cloven-hoofed animals disease in Britain and Mongolia.
SOUTH KOREA
RTXKCQ4
February 24, 2001
A South Korean sprays caustic soda flake disinfectant at a pig farm in Hwasung county, about 50 km southwest...
Hwasung, South Korea
A South Korean sprays caustic soda flake disinfectant at a pig farm in Hwasung county, about 50 km s.....
A South Korean sprays caustic soda flake disinfectant at a pig farm in Hwasung county, about 50 km southwest of Seoul in South Korea, February 24, 2001. South Korea intensified quarantine and disinfection procedures to prevent a recurrence of foot-and-mouth disease, following reports on outbreaks of the cloven-hoofed animals disease in Britain and Mongolia.
SOUTH KOREA
RTXKBRV
February 24, 2001
South Korean government officials spray and scatter disinfectant at a pig farm in Hwasung county, about...
Hwasung, South Korea
South Korean government officials spray and scatter disinfectant at a pig farm in Hwasung county, ab.....
South Korean government officials spray and scatter disinfectant at a pig farm in Hwasung county, about 50 km southwest of Seoul in South Korea, February 24, 2001. South Korea on Friday intensified quarantine and disinfection procedures to prevent a recurrence of foot-and-mouth disease, following reports on outbreaks of the cloven-hoofed animals disease in Britain and Mongolia.
KOREA
RTREQKZ
February 24, 2001
South Korean government officials spray and scatter disinfectant at a pig farm in Hwasung county, about...
Hwasung, Korea - Republic of
SOUTH KOREAN GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS DISINFECT A PIG FARM IN HWASUNG, SOUTH KOREA.
South Korean government officials spray and scatter disinfectant at a pig farm in Hwasung county, about 50 km southwest of Seoul in South Korea, February 24, 2001. South Korea on Friday intensified quarantine and disinfection procedures to prevent a recurrence of foot-and-mouth disease, following reports on outbreaks of the cloven-hoofed animals disease in Britain and Mongolia.

YUN/PB
KOREA
RTREQKV
February 24, 2001
A South Korean checks pigs for possible foot-and-mouth disease at a farm in Hwasung county, about 50...
Hwasung, Korea - Republic of
A SOUTH KOREAN WORKER CHECKS PIGS IN HWASUNG, SOUTH KOREA.
A South Korean checks pigs for possible foot-and-mouth disease at a farm in Hwasung county, about 50 km southwest of Seoul in South Korea, February 24, 2001. South Korea is intensifying quarantine and disinfection procedures to prevent a recurrence of foot-and-mouth disease, following reports on outbreaks of the cloven-hoofed animals disease in Britain and Mongolia.

YUN/PB
KOREA
RTREQKP
February 24, 2001
REPEATING WITH CAPTION CLARIFICATION

A South Korean sprays caustic soda flake disinfectant at a pig...
Hwasung, Korea - Republic of
A SOUTH KOREAN WORKER SPRAYS DISINFECTION IN HWASUNG, SOUTH KOREA.
REPEATING WITH CAPTION CLARIFICATION

A South Korean sprays caustic soda flake disinfectant at a pig farm in Hwasung county, about 50 km southwest of Seoul in South Korea, February 24, 2001. South Korea intensified quarantine and disinfection procedures to prevent a recurrence of foot-and-mouth disease, following reports on outbreaks of the cloven-hoofed animals disease in Britain and Mongolia.
URUGUAY CATTLE
RTR9YOG
October 25, 2000
Solidiers euthanize livestock in a small farm near the border line of Brazil, October 25, 2000. On October...
Artigas, Uruguay
SOLDIERS EUTHANIZE LIVESTOCK IN A SMALL FARM NEAR OF THE BORDER LINE OF BRAZIL.
Solidiers euthanize livestock in a small farm near the border line of Brazil, October 25, 2000. On October 23, the Uruguayan government announced the discovery of an outbreak of a cattle illness is a small farm near of Artigas's city, 600 km from Montevideo. The Ministry decided on October 24 to euthanize nearly 5,000 animals to avoid the risk of an epidemic of hoof and mouth disease.

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