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2014-08-12 Denmark links 12 listeria deaths to pork sausage Denmark
2. 2014-06-19 Harrison Ford broke left leg in accident Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire, England
D. 2014-05-02 Woman prematurely gives birth aboard plane on Spanish island Palma de Mallorca, Spain
E. 2014-03-04 First artificial heart patient dies Paris
5. 2014-02-07 Child leukaemia 'not linked to power lines' United Kingdom
6. 2014-02-02 Virus shuts top London restaurant
H. 2013-11-01 France issues rabies warning after kitten's death Argenteuil, Paris
I. 2013-05-28 Coronavirus death reported in France France

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Denmark links 12 listeria deaths to pork sausage  Danish officials say they suspect that sausage contaminated with listeria bacteria has killed at least 12 people Harrison Ford broke left leg in accident   England: 71-year-old Harrison Ford's left leg was broken in the injury he suffered while shooting the new Star Wars film, the US actor's publicist has...   Ebola outbreak: Staff leave S Leone   Sierra Leone: A British firm has evacuated 'non-essential' personnel from Sierra Leone following an outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus Woman prematurely gives birth aboard plane on Spanish island   Spain: The 30-year-old woman, who was in the 26th week of pregnancy, went into labor during the British Airways flight from Abuja, Nigeria, to Lond... First artificial heart patient dies  Paris: The first patient to be fitted with a pioneering artificial heart in France has died. The 76-year-old man died 75 days after the operation Child leukaemia 'not linked to power lines'  United Kingdom: Children who live near overhead power lines do not have an increased risk of developing leukaemia cancer, a study has said Virus shuts top London restaurant   Chef Heston Blumenthal has shut his central London restaurant after it was hit by an outbreak of a vomiting virus at the Mandarin Oriental h... France issues rabies warning after kitten's death. Paris Coronavirus death reported in France Lifesaving drugs run short in Greece Horsemeat found in Ikea meatballs. Czech Republic Germany, Czech advises implant removal Germany optimistic over E. coli EU to hold E.coli crisis meeting  Luxembourg: EU agriculture ministers are to hold emergency talks, as efforts continue to find the source of an E.coli outbreak which has killed 22 people E. coli 'linked' to German farm Map of Uelzen Germany  Hamburg: A farm in northern Germany has been identified as the most likely source of many of the infections in the outbreak Beansprouts 'likely E.coli cause'  Germany: Locally grown beansprouts are suspected to be the source of an E.coli outbreak that has left at least 21 people dead Death toll rises from E. coli outbreak  Germany: An outbreak of a virulent strain of E. coli has killed 19 people in Europe and infected more than 2,000 in at least 12 countries Spain seeks E. coli compensation Outbreak is new form of E. coli


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Dec.23  France recommends implant removal
Jun.26  Germany's E. coli resurfaces in France
Jun.10  Official: E.coli traced to bean sprouts
Jun.8  Tons of fresh produce trashed in Germany
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Jun.3  Germany in E. coli blood appeal
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  Germany: Infectious disease detectives worldwide rushed to find the cause of an outbreak of a rare strain of E. coli that has spread to 10 countries
May.30 E. coli infections kill 6, sicken hundreds Map of Hamburg
  Hamburg: An E. coli outbreak in northern Germany was likely caused by consuming raw tomatoes, cucumbers and lettuce
 A rare strain of E. coli that has spread to 10 countries. Beansprouts were likely E.coli cause


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Dec.7   French Haiti cholera report 'inconclusive'  A French doctor's report suggests that the strain of cholera ravaging Haiti may have originated with U.N. peacekeepers from Nepal

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Nov.20 Vicks nasal spray recalled over bacteria
. London Apr.30 EU urged not to panic over swine flu Confirmed swine flu cases increases. Spain Apr.27   Countries take steps to prevent outbreak   As more cases of swine flu are reported in various parts of the world, officials have scrambled to take precautions

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Dec.5 PM urges Zimbabwe cholera action
. London Oct.5 Melamine in Cadbury products. Hong Kong May.18 Naples rubbish crisis sparks health fears

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Aug.3 Farm infected with foot-and-mouth
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  England: 60 animals on the farm at a farm in Surrey have been found to be infected with foot-and-mouth disease
Feb.3   Bird flu virus is Asian strain   England: The avian flu which killed 2,600 turkeys at a farm has been confirmed as the highly pathogenic H5N1

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Dec.21 Flu 'could wipe out 62 million'
. England Dec.1   Pair test positive for polonium  London: A contact and the wife of dead former spy Litvinenko have both tested positive for polonium-210 Dead spy's contact 'has radiation'. London Feb.24 France confirms bird flu strain Feb.22 EU approves poultry vaccine plan. Belgium Feb.19 German alarm over bird flu spread. Germany Feb.18 France confirms presence of H5N1 Feb.16 Slovenia latest to detect bird flu Feb.11   Deadly bird flu spreads in Europe
  Italy: The deadly H5N1 strain that has killed at least 88 people around the world has been detected in Italy and Greece


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Oct.25 Ban on imports of live birds
Oct.18 Bird flu declared 'global threat'. England Oct.16 Romania works to contain bird flu strain Oct.15   Romania has deadly bird flu virus
  The deadly H5N1 strain that has infected humans in Asia has spread to Europe
Oct.14 EU holds bird flu crisis meeting Apr.2   Pope begins losing consciousness  Vatican: John Paul II's condition remains very serious. Vatican's spokesman insisted the 84-year-old was not in a coma Feb.24   Pope has surgery to aid breathing
  Vatican: The operation to give 84-year-old John Paul II a tracheotomy had been successful   Pope back in hospital with flu  Vatican: John Paul II is suffering a recurrence of the flu that forced him to be hospitalized for 10 days earlier this month

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Feb.3 UN: Don't panic on bird flu
. Italy Urgent bird flu summit. Rome

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Sep.26  Overdose kills right-to-die man Jun.26 Footballer Foe died during game
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Jul.19  Full 'Dr. Death' horror revealed

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Dec.7  Countess' sorrow at lost baby Sep.2  Heart transplant pioneer dies