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May 31, 2008
Protesters carry a sign symbolizing U.S. beef infected by mad cow disease during a rally demanding the...
Seoul, South Korea
Protesters carry a sign symbolizing U.S. beef infected by mad cow disease during a rally demanding the...
Protesters carry a sign symbolizing U.S. beef infected by mad cow disease during a rally demanding the renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal, in Seoul May 31, 2008. A new deal has been agreed which allows all cuts of U.S. beef to be imported to South Korea. Protesters, fearing an outbreak of mad cow disease, demanded President Lee Myung-bak resign. The country will start quarantine inspections on U.S. beef, which will lead to a full resumption of the beef imports next week for the first time since an outbreak of mad cow disease in the U.S. in 2003. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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