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RTR28FAN 
December 30, 2009 
EUROPE BIRDMIGRATION - Illustration and map showing worldwide migration of birds, highlighting a few... 
EUROPE BIRDMIGRATION 
EUROPE BIRDMIGRATION - Illustration and map showing worldwide migration of birds, highlighting a few species considered high risk carriers of H5N1 virus. Previously transmitted on 27/02/2006 
RTR28FAM 
December 30, 2009 
EUROPE BIRDMIGRATION - Illustration and map showing worldwide migration of birds, highlighting a few... 
EUROPE BIRDMIGRATION C 
EUROPE BIRDMIGRATION - Illustration and map showing worldwide migration of birds, highlighting a few species considered high risk carriers of H5N1 virus. Previously transmitted on 27/02/2006 
UKRAINE-ELECTION/PRESIDENT
RTXQKGQ 
November 10, 2009 
A butcher wearing a protective mask reads a magazine at a market in Kiev November 10, 2009. Ukraine's... 
Kiev, Ukraine 
A butcher wearing a protective mask reads a magazine at a market in Kiev 
A butcher wearing a protective mask reads a magazine at a market in Kiev November 10, 2009. Ukraine's leader Viktor Yushchenko on Sunday dismissed the idea a January election should be delayed because of flu fears and appeared to accept there would be no more IMF funds forthcoming until after the vote. REUTERS/Konstantin Chernichkin (UKRAINE POLITICS HEALTH ELECTIONS ANIMALS FOOD) 
BELGIUM/
RTR27E42 
September 03, 2009 
A member from animal rights groups PETA stages a protest in a cage in Brussels September 3, 2009. According... 
Brussels, Belgium 
A member from animal rights groups PETA stages a protest in a cage in Brussels 
A member from animal rights groups PETA stages a protest in a cage in Brussels September 3, 2009. According to People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), the European Union should work to eradicate the cruel and filthy factory-farm conditions that spawn disease, and the best way to stop diseases such as swine flu and avian flu from developing is to go vegetarian. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM CONFLICT HEALTH) 
BELGIUM/
RTR27E3R 
September 03, 2009 
Members from animal rights groups PETA stage a protest in a cage in Brussels September 3, 2009. According... 
Brussels, Belgium 
Members from animal rights groups PETA stage a protest in a cage in Brussels 
Members from animal rights groups PETA stage a protest in a cage in Brussels September 3, 2009. According to People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), the European Union should work to eradicate the cruel and filthy factory-farm conditions that spawn disease, and the best way to stop diseases such as swine flu and avian flu from developing is to go vegetarian. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM CONFLICT HEALTH) 
BELGIUM/
RTR27E3G 
September 03, 2009 
Members from animal rights groups PETA stage a protest in a cage in Brussels September 3, 2009. According... 
Brussels, Belgium 
Members from animal rights groups PETA stage a protest in a cage in Brussels 
Members from animal rights groups PETA stage a protest in a cage in Brussels September 3, 2009. According to People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), the European Union should work to eradicate the cruel and filthy factory-farm conditions that spawn disease, and the best way to stop diseases such as swine flu and avian flu from developing is to go vegetarian. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM CONFLICT HEALTH) 
BELGIUM/
RTR27E31 
September 03, 2009 
Members from animal rights groups PETA stage a protest in a cage in Brussels September 3, 2009. According... 
Brussels, Belgium 
Members from animal rights groups PETA protest in a cage in Brussels 
Members from animal rights groups PETA stage a protest in a cage in Brussels September 3, 2009. According to People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), the European Union should work to eradicate the cruel and filthy factory-farm conditions that spawn disease and the best way to stop diseases such as swine flu and avian flu from developing is to go vegetarian. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM CONFLICT HEALTH) 
CHILE-FLU/TURKEY
RTR277BR 
August 28, 2009 
A worker processes turkeys at a food processing plant in La Calera, about 125 km (78 miles) south of... 
La Calera, Chile 
A worker processes turkeys at a food processing plant in La Calera 
A worker processes turkeys at a food processing plant in La Calera, about 125 km (78 miles) south of Santiago, August 28, 2009. Chile detected the H1N1 swine flu virus in turkeys, authorities said, the first time the virus has been found outside humans and pigs, but said there was no indication the disease had spread to other parts of Chile.REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE HEALTH) 
CHILE-FLU/TURKEY
RTR277BN 
August 28, 2009 
Turkeys are seen at the entrance to a food processing plant in La Calera, about 125 km (78 miles) south... 
La Calera, Chile 
Turkeys are seen at the entrance to a food processing plant in La Calera 
Turkeys are seen at the entrance to a food processing plant in La Calera, about 125 km (78 miles) south of Santiago, August 28, 2009. Chile detected the H1N1 swine flu virus in turkeys, authorities said, the first time the virus has been found outside humans and pigs, but said there was no indication the disease had spread to other parts of Chile. REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE HEALTH) 
CHILE-FLU/TURKEY
RTR277BL 
August 28, 2009 
Turkeys are seen at a food processing plant in La Calera, about 125 km (78 miles) south of Santiago,... 
La Calera, Chile 
Turkeys are seen at a food processing plant in La Calera 
Turkeys are seen at a food processing plant in La Calera, about 125 km (78 miles) south of Santiago, August 28, 2009. Chile detected the H1N1 swine flu virus in turkeys, authorities said, the first time the virus has been found outside humans and pigs, but said there was no indication the disease had spread to other parts of Chile.REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE HEALTH) 
CHILE-FLU/TURKEY
RTR277BG 
August 28, 2009 
A worker processes turkeys at a food processing plant in La Calera, about 125 km (78 miles) south of... 
La Calera, Chile 
A worker processes turkeys at a food processing plant in La Calera 
A worker processes turkeys at a food processing plant in La Calera, about 125 km (78 miles) south of Santiago, August 28, 2009. Chile detected the H1N1 swine flu virus in turkeys, authorities said, the first time the virus has been found outside humans and pigs, but said there was no indication the disease had spread to other parts of Chile.REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE HEALTH) 
CHILE-FLU/TURKEY
RTR277B6 
August 28, 2009 
Turkeys are seen at a food processing plant in La Calera, about 125 km (78 miles) south of Santiago,... 
La Calera, Chile 
Turkeys are seen at a food processing plant in La Calera 
Turkeys are seen at a food processing plant in La Calera, about 125 km (78 miles) south of Santiago, August 28, 2009. Chile detected the H1N1 swine flu virus in turkeys, authorities said, the first time the virus has been found outside humans and pigs, but said there was no indication the disease had spread to other parts of Chile.REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE FOOD HEALTH IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
CHILE-FLU/TURKEY
RTR277B4 
August 28, 2009 
Turkeys are seen at a food processing plant in La Calera, about 125 km (78 miles) south of Santiago,... 
La Calera, Chile 
Turkeys are seen at a food processing plant in La Calera 
Turkeys are seen at a food processing plant in La Calera, about 125 km (78 miles) south of Santiago, August 28, 2009. Chile detected the H1N1 swine flu virus in turkeys, authorities said, the first time the virus has been found outside humans and pigs, but said there was no indication the disease had spread to other parts of Chile.REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE FOOD HEALTH IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
CHILE-FLU/TURKEY
RTR26Z3M 
August 21, 2009 
A turkey is seen inside its cage on a vehicle as it is transported into a turkey plant in La Calera city,... 
CALERA, Chile 
A turkey is seen inside its cage on a vehicle as it is transported into a turkey plant in La Calera city... 
A turkey is seen inside its cage on a vehicle as it is transported into a turkey plant in La Calera city, about 125 km (77 miles) south of Santiago, August 21, 2009. Chile detected the H1N1 swine flu virus in turkeys, authorities said, the first time the virus has been found outside humans and pigs, but said there was no indication the disease had spread to other parts of Chile. REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE ANIMALS FOOD HEALTH) 
MALAYSIA/
RTR2666D 
July 29, 2009 
Teachers and preschoolers wear face masks as a precaution against the H1N1 influenza pandemic as they... 
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 
Teachers and preschoolers wear face masks as a precaution against the H1N1 influenza pandemic as they... 
Teachers and preschoolers wear face masks as a precaution against the H1N1 influenza pandemic as they visit a zoo in Kuala Lumpur July 29, 2009. There may be no escape from H1N1 swine flu, which according to the latest World Health Organisation figures has spread to the most remote parts of the planet including popular island getaways. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA SOCIETY HEALTH) 
FLU/
RTXFV2M 
May 12, 2009 
A veterinary surgeon roasts pork during a consumption campaign at a meat restaurant in Seoul May 12,... 
Seoul, South Korea 
A veterinary surgeon roasts pork during a consumption campaign at a meat restaurant in Seoul 
A veterinary surgeon roasts pork during a consumption campaign at a meat restaurant in Seoul May 12, 2009. Korean Veterinary Medical Association held the campaign on Tuesday showing pork's safety against influenza A (H1N1), formerly referred to as swine flu, and promoting the consumption of pork. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA HEALTH POLITICS SOCIETY) 
FLU/BANS
RTXETBM 
May 07, 2009 
A worker arranges slaughtered pigs at a pork-processing factory in Hefei, Anhui province early May 7,... 
Hefei, China 
A worker arranges slaughtered pigs at pork-processing factory in Hefei, 
A worker arranges slaughtered pigs at a pork-processing factory in Hefei, Anhui province early May 7, 2009. Fears about a global outbreak of a new strain of flu has prompted some countries to ban pork from countries reporting human cases, even though officials have said there is no risk of spreading the influenza A (H1N1) virus, formerly referred to as swine flu, by eating pork. REUTERS/Jianan Yu (CHINA HEALTH) 
PERU/
RTXERK6 
May 05, 2009 
A pig is seen during a campaign by Peru's Agriculture Ministry to promote the consumption of pork in... 
Lima, Peru 
A pig is seen during a campaign by Peru's Agriculture Ministry to promote the consumption of pork in... 
A pig is seen during a campaign by Peru's Agriculture Ministry to promote the consumption of pork in Lima May 5, 2009. Pork sales in Peru have registered a drop of up to 15 percent in recent weeks due to the outbreak of influenza A (H1N1), formerly referred to as swine flu, the Agriculture Ministry said. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
PERU/
RTXERJY 
May 05, 2009 
A waiter serves pork next to men dressed up as pigs during a campaign by Peru's Agriculture Ministry... 
Lima, Peru 
A waiter serves pork next to men dressed up as pigs during a campaign by Peru's Agriculture Ministry... 
A waiter serves pork next to men dressed up as pigs during a campaign by Peru's Agriculture Ministry to promote the consumption of pork in Lima May 5, 2009. Pork sales in Peru have registered a drop of up to 15 percent in recent weeks due to the outbreak of influenza A (H1N1), formerly referred to as swine flu, the Agriculture Ministry said. The signs read: "innocents" and "Peru without flu". REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU SOCIETY FOOD) 
EGYPT
RTXEPT1 
May 04, 2009 
Egyptian workers struggle to move a household pig into a truck to send it to the main slaughterhouse... 
Cairo, Egypt 
Egyptian workers struggle to move a household pig into a truck to send it to the main slaughterhouse... 
Egyptian workers struggle to move a household pig into a truck to send it to the main slaughterhouse in the Manshiyat Nasser area in Cairo, May 4, 2009. Garbage collectors who own pigs clashed with security men on Sunday but then agreed with the government to get their pigs slaughtered and sell its meat and take LE 100 in return for every pig, residents in the area said. Egypt ordered the slaughter of hundreds of thousands of pigs as a precautionary measure against influenza A (H1N1), formerly referred to as swine flu. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT ENVIRONMENT HEALTH SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
EGYPT
RTXEPT0 
May 04, 2009 
An Egyptian worker moves a household pig into a truck to send it to the main slaughterhouse in the Manshiyat... 
Cairo, Egypt 
An Egyptian worker moves a household pig into a truck to send it to the main slaughterhouse in Manshiyat... 
An Egyptian worker moves a household pig into a truck to send it to the main slaughterhouse in the Manshiyat Nasser area in Cairo, May 4, 2009. Garbage collectors who own pigs clashed with security men on Sunday but then agreed with the government to get their pigs slaughtered and sell its meat and take LE 100 in return of every pig, residents in the area said. Egypt ordered the slaughter of hundreds of thousands of pigs as a precautionary measure against influenza A (H1N1), formerly referred to as swine flu. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS HEALTH) 
EGYPT
RTXEPSX 
May 04, 2009 
Egyptian workers struggle to move a household pig into a truck to send it to the main slaughterhouse... 
Cairo, Egypt 
Egyptian workers struggle to move a household pig into a truck to send it to the main slaughterhouse... 
Egyptian workers struggle to move a household pig into a truck to send it to the main slaughterhouse in the Manshiyat Nasser area in Cairo, May 4, 2009. Garbage collectors who own pigs clashed with security men on Sunday but then agreed with the government to get their pigs slaughtered and sell its meat and take LE 100 in return for every pig, residents in the area said. Egypt ordered the slaughter of hundreds of thousands of pigs as a precautionary measure against influenza A (H1N1), formerly referred to as swine flu. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT ENVIRONMENT HEALTH SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
Influenza A
Influenza A 
Egyptian Pig Culling Protests - 03 May 2009 
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FLU/
RTXEOZ1 
May 03, 2009 
A homeless girl carries a kitten and a surgical mask after a routine check up for flu symptoms at a mobile... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
A homeless girl carries a kitten and a surgical mask after a routine check up for flu symptoms at a mobile... 
A homeless girl carries a kitten and a surgical mask after a routine check up for flu symptoms at a mobile clinic in downtown Mexico City May 3, 2009. Mexico has moved past the peak of an H1N1 flu epidemic and is in the "phase of descent," the government said on Sunday, although world health officials still say the unpredictable virus could become a pandemic. New cases of the virus, which mixes swine, avian and human flu strains, were still being tracked across the world.
REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar (MEXICO HEALTH ANIMALS) 
HORSE-RACING/DERBY
RTXENPU 
May 02, 2009 
Race fan Jeff Schultz of Louisville wears a mask and doctors' scrubs as he makes light of the swine flu... 
Louisville, UNITED STATES 
Race fan Jeff Schultz of Louisville wears a mask and doctors' scrubs as he makes light of the swine flu... 
Race fan Jeff Schultz of Louisville wears a mask and doctors' scrubs as he makes light of the swine flu ahead of the 135th running Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky, May 2, 2009. REUTERS/Brent Smith (UNITED STATES ANIMALS SPORT HORSE RACING) 
FLU/
RTXEMKR 
May 01, 2009 
A pig stands in a North Antrim farm in Northern Ireland May 1, 2009. Six people in Northern Ireland... 
Belfast, United Kingdom 
A pig stands in a North Antrim farm in Northern Ireland 
A pig stands in a North Antrim farm in Northern Ireland May 1, 2009. Six people in Northern Ireland have been given anti-viral drugs as a precaution against Influenza A (H1N1), formerly referred to as swine flu, while the results on these cases are not yet known, another 14 people have tested negative according to media reports. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (BRITAIN HEALTH POLITICS SCI TECH) 
FLU/
RTXEMKL 
May 01, 2009 
A North Antrim pig farmer holds a piglet outside a barn on his farm May 1, 2009. Six people in Northern... 
Belfast, United Kingdom 
A North Antrim pig farmer holds a piglet outside a barn on his farm 
A North Antrim pig farmer holds a piglet outside a barn on his farm May 1, 2009. Six people in Northern Ireland have been given anti-viral drugs as a precaution against Influenza A (H1N1), formerly referred to as swine flu, while the results on these cases are not yet known, another 14 people have tested negative according to media reports. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (BRITAIN HEALTH POLITICS SCI TECH IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
FLU-EGYPT/CULL
RTXEKLP 
April 30, 2009 
An Egyptian boy, whose family own pigs, help workers to collect pigs at the main slaughterhouse in Cairo... 
Cairo, Egypt 
An Egyptian boy, whose family own pigs, help workers to collect pigs at the main slaughterhouse in Cairo... 
An Egyptian boy, whose family own pigs, help workers to collect pigs at the main slaughterhouse in Cairo April 30, 2009. Egypt started seizing and slaughtering pig herds on Thursday as a precaution against swine flu despite resistance by farmers and criticism from the United Nations, officials and farmers said. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT ANIMALS SOCIETY HEALTH) 
FLU-EGYPT
RTXEKKU 
April 30, 2009 
Pigs are held at the main slaughterhouse in Cairo April 30, 2009 as they wait to be examined by veterinarians... 
Cairo, Egypt 
Pigs are held at the main slaughterhouse in Cairo 
Pigs are held at the main slaughterhouse in Cairo April 30, 2009 as they wait to be examined by veterinarians if they are infected by swine flu . Egypt, hit hard by bird flu, has ordered the slaughter of every pig herd in the country as a precaution against swine flu, a step the United Nations said was a mistake. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT ANIMALS HEALTH) 
FLU-EGYPT
RTXEKJQ 
April 30, 2009 
An Egyptian policeman wears a mask as he stands guard in front of a pick up truck full of pigs at the... 
Cairo, Egypt 
An Egyptian policeman wears a mask as he stands guard in front of a pick up truck full of pigs at the... 
An Egyptian policeman wears a mask as he stands guard in front of a pick up truck full of pigs at the main slaughterhouse in Cairo April 30, 2009. Egypt, hit hard by bird flu, has ordered the slaughter of every pig herd in the country as a precaution against swine flu, a step the United Nations said was a mistake. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT HEALTH CRIME LAW ANIMALS) 
FLU/VACCINE
RTXEJMN 
April 29, 2009 
Technicians handle eggs in the inoculation area of the Sanofi Pasteur influenza vaccine manufacturing... 
multiple cities, UNITED STATES 
Technicians handle eggs in the inoculation area of the Sanofi Pasteur influenza vaccine manufacturing... 
Technicians handle eggs in the inoculation area of the Sanofi Pasteur influenza vaccine manufacturing facility during a simulation of the vaccine production process as the facility prepared to open in Swiftwater, Pennsylvania in this file photo from July 19, 2007. Most influenza vaccines for Americans are manufactured in other countries -- a scenario that could limit U.S. supplies should a swine flu vaccine be needed in the coming months.U.S. government officials have taken steps in recent years to promote more production on U.S. soil by a diverse group of companies, but those efforts are far from complete. To go with FLU/VACCINE REUTERS/Tim Shaffer/Files (UNITED STATES DISASTER SCI TECH HEALTH) 
FLU/VACCINE
RTXEJMK 
April 29, 2009 
A technician lifts an egg in the harvesting area of the Sanofi Pasteur influenza vaccine manufacturing... 
SWIFTWATER, UNITED STATES 
A technician lifts an egg in the harvesting area of the Sanofi Pasteur influenza vaccine manufacturing... 
A technician lifts an egg in the harvesting area of the Sanofi Pasteur influenza vaccine manufacturing facility during a simulation of vaccine production process as the facility prepared to open in Swiftwater, Pennsylvania in this file photo from July 19, 2007. Most influenza vaccines for Americans are manufactured in other countries -- a scenario that could limit U.S. supplies should a swine flu vaccine be needed in the coming months. U.S. government officials have taken steps in recent years to promote more production on U.S. soil by a diverse group of companies, but those efforts are far from complete. To go with FLU/VACCINE REUTERS/Tim Shaffer/Files (UNITED STATES DISASTER HEALTH SCI TECH) 
KOSOVO
RTXEJBA 
April 29, 2009 
Pigs are seen in the Kosovo town of Lipljan, south of the capital Pristina, April 29, 2009. The United... 
Lipljan, Kosovo 
Pigs are seen in the Kosovo town of Lipljan, south of the capital Pristina 
Pigs are seen in the Kosovo town of Lipljan, south of the capital Pristina, April 29, 2009. The United Nations' food agency said on Tuesday its was mobilising its animal health experts to check if the new strain of flu virus widely described as swine flu is really directly linked to pigs. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO HEALTH ANIMALS) 
KOSOVO
RTXEJB6 
April 29, 2009 
A pig is seen in the Kosovo town of Lipljan, south of the capital Pristina, April 29, 2009. The United... 
Lipljan, Kosovo 
A pig is seen in the Kosovo town of Lipljan, south of the capital Pristina 
A pig is seen in the Kosovo town of Lipljan, south of the capital Pristina, April 29, 2009. The United Nations' food agency said on Tuesday its was mobilising its animal health experts to check if the new strain of flu virus widely described as swine flu is really directly linked to pigs. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO HEALTH ANIMALS) 
KOSOVO
RTXEJAT 
April 29, 2009 
A pig is seen in the Kosovo town of Lipljan, south of the capital Pristina, April 29, 2009. The United... 
Lipljan, Kosovo 
A pig is seen in the Kosovo town of Lipljan 
A pig is seen in the Kosovo town of Lipljan, south of the capital Pristina, April 29, 2009. The United Nations' food agency said on Tuesday its was mobilising its animal health experts to check if the new strain of flu virus widely described as swine flu is really directly linked to pigs. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO ANIMALS HEALTH) 
INDONESIA
RTXEIRZ 
April 29, 2009 
A man prepares food to feed his pigs at a farm in Makassar April 29, 2009. The United Nations' food agency... 
Makassar, Indonesia 
A man prepares food to feed his pigs at a farm in Makassar 
A man prepares food to feed his pigs at a farm in Makassar April 29, 2009. The United Nations' food agency said on April 28 its was mobilising its animal health experts to check if the new strain of flu virus widely described as swine flu is really directly linked to pigs. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA HEALTH ANIMALS) 
INDONESIA
RTXEIRX 
April 29, 2009 
Pigs wait for their food in a farm in Makassar April 29, 2009. The United Nations' food agency said on... 
Makassar, Indonesia 
Pigs wait for their food in a farm in Makassar 
Pigs wait for their food in a farm in Makassar April 29, 2009. The United Nations' food agency said on April 28 its was mobilising its animal health experts to check if the new strain of flu virus widely described as swine flu is really directly linked to pigs. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA HEALTH ANIMALS IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
FLU/
RTXEIPL 
April 29, 2009 
A veterinarian checks the quality of pork in a slaughter house in Surabaya April 29, 2009. The United... 
Surabaya, Indonesia 
A veterinarian checks the quality of pork in a slaughter house in Surabaya 
A veterinarian checks the quality of pork in a slaughter house in Surabaya April 29, 2009. The United Nations' food agency said on Tuesday its was mobilising its animal health experts to check if the new strain of flu virus widely described as swine flu is really directly linked to pigs. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA HEALTH SOCIETY) 
FLU/
RTXEIPH 
April 29, 2009 
A veterinarian checks the quality of pork in a slaughter house in Surabaya April 29, 2009. The United... 
Surabaya, Indonesia 
A veterinarian checks the quality of pork in a slaughter house in Surabaya 
A veterinarian checks the quality of pork in a slaughter house in Surabaya April 29, 2009. The United Nations' food agency said on Tuesday its was mobilising its animal health experts to check if the new strain of flu virus widely described as swine flu is really directly linked to pigs. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA HEALTH SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
FLU/
RTXEIP9 
April 29, 2009 
A veterinarian sprays disinfectant on pigs at a farm on the outskirts of Jakarta April 29, 2009. The... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
A veterinarian sprays disinfectant on pigs at a farm on the outskirts of Jakarta 
A veterinarian sprays disinfectant on pigs at a farm on the outskirts of Jakarta April 29, 2009. The United Nations' food agency said on Tuesday its was mobilising its animal health experts to check if the new strain of flu virus widely described as swine flu is really directly linked to pigs. REUTERS/Crack Palinggi (INDONESIA HEALTH SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
FLU/
RTXEIP2 
April 29, 2009 
A veterinarian sprays disinfectant on pigs at a farm on the outskirts of Jakarta April 29, 2009. The... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
A veterinarian sprays disinfectant on pigs at a farm on the outskirts of Jakarta 
A veterinarian sprays disinfectant on pigs at a farm on the outskirts of Jakarta April 29, 2009. The United Nations' food agency said on Tuesday its was mobilising its animal health experts to check if the new strain of flu virus widely described as swine flu is really directly linked to pigs. REUTERS/Crack Palinggi (INDONESIA HEALTH SOCIETY) 
FLU/
RTXEIOX 
April 29, 2009 
A veterinarian sprays disinfectant on pigs at a farm on the outskirts of Jakarta April 29, 2009. The... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
A veterinarian sprays disinfectant on pigs at a farm on the outskirts of Jakarta 
A veterinarian sprays disinfectant on pigs at a farm on the outskirts of Jakarta April 29, 2009. The United Nations' food agency said on Tuesday its was mobilising its animal health experts to check if the new strain of flu virus widely described as swine flu is really directly linked to pigs. REUTERS/Crack Palinggi (INDONESIA HEALTH SOCIETY) 
FLU/
RTXEIII 
April 29, 2009 
Pigs are seen inside their enclosure as a farmer sprays disinfectant at a pig farm in Yangju, about 40... 
Yangju, South Korea 
Pigs are seen inside their enclosure as a farmer sprays disinfectant at a pig farm in Yangju 
Pigs are seen inside their enclosure as a farmer sprays disinfectant at a pig farm in Yangju, about 40 km (25 miles) north of Seoul, April 29, 2009. The United Nations' food agency said on Tuesday its was mobilising its animal health experts to check if the new strain of flu virus widely described as swine flu is really directly linked to pigs. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA ANIMALS HEALTH) 
FLU/
RTXEIIF 
April 29, 2009 
A pig is seen inside its enclosure as a farmer sprays disinfectant at a pig farm in Yangju, about 40... 
Yangju, South Korea 
A pig is seen inside its enclosure as a farmer sprays disinfectant at a pig farm in Yangju 
A pig is seen inside its enclosure as a farmer sprays disinfectant at a pig farm in Yangju, about 40 km (25 miles) north of Seoul, April 29, 2009. The United Nations' food agency said on Tuesday its was mobilising its animal health experts to check if the new strain of flu virus widely described as swine flu is really directly linked to pigs. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA ANIMALS HEALTH) 
FLU/
RTXEIIB 
April 29, 2009 
A farmer sprays disinfectant at a pig farm in Yangju, about 40 km (25 miles) north of Seoul, April 29,... 
Yangju, South Korea 
A farmer sprays disinfectant at a pig farm in Yangju 
A farmer sprays disinfectant at a pig farm in Yangju, about 40 km (25 miles) north of Seoul, April 29, 2009. The United Nations' food agency said on Tuesday its was mobilising its animal health experts to check if the new strain of flu virus widely described as swine flu is really directly linked to pigs. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA ANIMALS HEALTH) 
FLU/
RTXEII2 
April 29, 2009 
Pigs are seen inside their enclosure as a farmer sprays disinfectant at a pig farm in Yangju, about 40... 
Yangju, South Korea 
Pigs are seen inside their enclosure as a farmer sprays disinfectant at a pig farm in Yangju 
Pigs are seen inside their enclosure as a farmer sprays disinfectant at a pig farm in Yangju, about 40 km (25 miles) north of Seoul, April 29, 2009. The United Nations' food agency said on Tuesday its was mobilising its animal health experts to check if the new strain of flu virus widely described as swine flu is really directly linked to pigs. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA ANIMALS HEALTH IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
VENEZUELA/
RTXEIHL 
April 29, 2009 
Pigs sleep on the ground after veterinarians tested them for swine flu virus at a biotechnology development... 
Carabobo, Venezuela 
Pigs sleep on the ground after veterinarians tested them for swine flu virus at a biotechnology development... 
Pigs sleep on the ground after veterinarians tested them for swine flu virus at a biotechnology development farm in the state of Carabobo April 28, 2009. The test results cleared the pigs of swine flu infection symptoms, according to the veterinarians. The United Nations' food agency said on Tuesday its was mobilising its animal health experts to check if the new strain of flu virus widely described as swine flu is really directly linked to pigs. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva (VENEZUELA ANIMALS HEALTH) 
VENEZUELA/
RTXEIHJ 
April 29, 2009 
A pig sniffs the ground after veterinarians tested it for swine flu virus at a biotechnology development... 
Carabobo, Venezuela 
A pig sniffs the ground after veterinarians tested it for swine flu virus at a biotechnology development... 
A pig sniffs the ground after veterinarians tested it for swine flu virus at a biotechnology development farm in the state of Carabobo April 28, 2009. The test results cleared the pig of swine flu infection symptoms, according to the veterinarians. The United Nations' food agency said on Tuesday its was mobilising its animal health experts to check if the new strain of flu virus widely described as swine flu is really directly linked to pigs. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva (VENEZUELA ANIMALS HEALTH) 
VENEZUELA/
RTXEIHF 
April 29, 2009 
Pigs are seen after veterinarians tested them for swine flu virus at a biotechnology development farm... 
Carabobo, Venezuela 
Pigs are seen after veterinarians tested them for swine flu virus at a biotechnology development farm... 
Pigs are seen after veterinarians tested them for swine flu virus at a biotechnology development farm in the state of Carabobo April 28, 2009. The test results cleared the pigs of swine flu infection symptoms, according to the veterinarians. The United Nations' food agency said on Tuesday its was mobilising its animal health experts to check if the new strain of flu virus widely described as swine flu is really directly linked to pigs. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva (VENEZUELA ANIMALS HEALTH) 
FLU/
RTXEIHC 
April 29, 2009 
A farmer sprays disinfectant at a pig farm in Yangju, about 40 km (25 miles) north of Seoul, April 29,... 
Yangju, South Korea 
A farmer sprays disinfectant at a pig farm in Yangju 
A farmer sprays disinfectant at a pig farm in Yangju, about 40 km (25 miles) north of Seoul, April 29, 2009. The United Nations' food agency said on Tuesday its was mobilising its animal health experts to check if the new strain of flu virus widely described as swine flu is really directly linked to pigs. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA ANIMALS HEALTH) 
VENEZUELA/
RTXEIH9 
April 29, 2009 
A pig lies on the ground after veterinarians tested it for swine flu virus at a biotechnology development... 
Carabobo, Venezuela 
A pig lies on the ground after veterinarians tested it for swine flu virus at a biotechnology development... 
A pig lies on the ground after veterinarians tested it for swine flu virus at a biotechnology development farm in the state of Carabobo April 28, 2009. The test results cleared the pig of swine flu infection symptoms, according to the veterinarians. The United Nations' food agency said on Tuesday its was mobilising its animal health experts to check if the new strain of flu virus widely described as swine flu is really directly linked to pigs. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva (VENEZUELA ANIMALS HEALTH) 
FLU/SPAIN
RTXEHUB 
April 28, 2009 
A pig is seen inside its enclosure at a farm in Spain's central town of Burgos April 28, 2009. Spanish... 
Burgos, Spain 
A pig is seen inside its enclosure at a farm in Spain's central town of Burgos 
A pig is seen inside its enclosure at a farm in Spain's central town of Burgos April 28, 2009. Spanish authorities have confirmed a second case of swine flu, this time in a patient in the region of Valencia, the Health Ministry said on Tuesday. The United Nations' food agency said on Tuesday its was mobilising its animal health experts to check if the new strain of flu virus widely described as swine flu is really directly linked to pigs. REUTERS/Felix Ordonez (SPAIN ANIMALS HEALTH ENVIRONMENT) 
FLU/SPAIN
RTXEHU2 
April 28, 2009 
A pig is seen inside its enclosure at a farm in Spain's central town of Burgos April 28, 2009. Spanish... 
Burgos, Spain 
A pig is seen inside its enclosure at a farm in Spain's central town of Burgos 
A pig is seen inside its enclosure at a farm in Spain's central town of Burgos April 28, 2009. Spanish authorities have confirmed a second case of swine flu, this time in a patient in the region of Valencia, the Health Ministry said on Tuesday. The United Nations' food agency said on Tuesday its was mobilising its animal health experts to check if the new strain of flu virus widely described as swine flu is really directly linked to pigs.
REUTERS/Felix Ordonez (SPAIN ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT HEALTH) 
FLU/SPAIN
RTXEHTZ 
April 28, 2009 
A pig is fed inside its enclosure at a farm in Spain's central town of Burgos April 28, 2009. Spanish... 
Burgos, Spain 
A pig is fed inside its enclosure at a farm in Spain's central town of Burgos 
A pig is fed inside its enclosure at a farm in Spain's central town of Burgos April 28, 2009. Spanish authorities have confirmed a second case of swine flu, this time in a patient in the region of Valencia, the Health Ministry said on Tuesday. The United Nations' food agency said on Tuesday its was mobilising its animal health experts to check if the new strain of flu virus widely described as swine flu is really directly linked to pigs.
REUTERS/Felix Ordonez (SPAIN ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT HEALTH) 
FLU/SPAIN
RTXEHTP 
April 28, 2009 
A pig bites a bar inside its enclosure at a farm in Spain's central town of Burgos April 28, 2009. Spanish... 
Burgos, Spain 
A pig bites a bar inside its enclosure at a farm in Spain's central town of Burgos 
A pig bites a bar inside its enclosure at a farm in Spain's central town of Burgos April 28, 2009. Spanish authorities have confirmed a second case of swine flu, this time in a patient in the region of Valencia, the Health Ministry said on Tuesday. The United Nations' food agency said on Tuesday its was mobilising its animal health experts to check if the new strain of flu virus widely described as swine flu is really directly linked to pigs. REUTERS/Felix Ordonez (SPAIN ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS HEALTH IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
FLU/SPAIN
RTXEHTJ 
April 28, 2009 
A pig is fed inside its enclosure at a farm in Spain's central town of Burgos April 28, 2009. Spanish... 
Burgos, Spain 
A pig is fed inside its enclosure at a farm in Spain's central town of Burgos 
A pig is fed inside its enclosure at a farm in Spain's central town of Burgos April 28, 2009. Spanish authorities have confirmed a second case of swine flu, this time in a patient in the region of Valencia, the Health Ministry said on Tuesday. The United Nations' food agency said on Tuesday its was mobilising its animal health experts to check if the new strain of flu virus widely described as swine flu is really directly linked to pigs.
REUTERS/Felix Ordonez (SPAIN ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT HEALTH) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTXEHLL 
April 28, 2009 
A pig's snout is seen at an enclosure at Zurich zoo April 28, 2009. The United Nations' food agency said... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
A pig's snout is seen at an enclosure at Zurich zoo 
A pig's snout is seen at an enclosure at Zurich zoo April 28, 2009. The United Nations' food agency said on Tuesday its was mobilising its animal health experts to check if the new strain of flu virus widely described as swine flu is really directly linked to pigs. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND ANIMALS) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTXEHLK 
April 28, 2009 
A pig's snout is seen at an enclosure at Zurich zoo April 28, 2009. The United Nations' food agency said... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
A pig's snout is seen at an enclosure at Zurich zoo 
A pig's snout is seen at an enclosure at Zurich zoo April 28, 2009. The United Nations' food agency said on Tuesday its was mobilising its animal health experts to check if the new strain of flu virus widely described as swine flu is really directly linked to pigs. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND ANIMALS) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTXEHLJ 
April 28, 2009 
A pig's snout is seen at an enclosure at Zurich zoo April 28, 2009. The United Nations' food agency said... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
A pig's snout is seen at an enclosure at Zurich zoo 
A pig's snout is seen at an enclosure at Zurich zoo April 28, 2009. The United Nations' food agency said on Tuesday its was mobilising its animal health experts to check if the new strain of flu virus widely described as swine flu is really directly linked to pigs. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND ANIMALS) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTXEHLC 
April 28, 2009 
A pig's snout is seen at an enclosure at Zurich zoo April 28, 2009. The United Nations' food agency said... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
A pig's snout is seen at an enclosure at Zurich zoo 
A pig's snout is seen at an enclosure at Zurich zoo April 28, 2009. The United Nations' food agency said on Tuesday its was mobilising its animal health experts to check if the new strain of flu virus widely described as swine flu is really directly linked to pigs. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND ANIMALS) 
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