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Bird flu found at small poultry farm in Germany

Reuters India Wednesday, 30 November 2016 ()
HAMBURG (Reuters) - A case of high risk H5N8 bird flu has been found on a small farm in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern in east Germany, state authorities said on Wednesday.
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News video: Germany to cull thousands of poultry after bird flu outbreak

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Authorities in Germany have decided to kill 92,000 poultry after a series of high risk H5N8 bird flu cases have been confirmed across the country. The highly contagious strain has been repeatedly found in recent days and the authorities have tightened sanitary rules for farms. Several other...

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