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June 01, 2011 
German Agriculture and Consumer Protection Minister Ilse Aigner attends an extraordinary session of a... 
Berlin, Germany 
German Agriculture and Consumer Protection Minister Aigner attends extraordinary session of parliamentary... 
German Agriculture and Consumer Protection Minister Ilse Aigner attends an extraordinary session of a parliamentary commission in Berlin, June 1, 2011. The German disease control agency reported 365 new E. coli cases on Wednesday as the government scrambles to find the source of the deadly outbreak. The outbreak of hemolytic-urmeic syndrome (HUS), a serious type of complication of E. coli that affects the blood and kidneys, is one of the largest of its kind, and has been the main contributor to the deaths of some 16 people in north Europe, all of which contracted the disease in northern Germany. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH HEADSHOT POLITICS) 
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