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1. 05-02 Sub disaster killed 70 China
05-03 Ship issues SARS distress call Hong Kong
3. 05-03 SARS doctors board stricken ship Hong Kong
E. 05-04 HK breathes easier on SARS news Hong Kong
F. 05-05 Sars fears shut reservoirs Beijing
G. 05-06 SARS battle remains 'grave' Beijing
H. 05-06 SARS investigators deployed Beijing
I. 05-07 SARS fight goes rural China

  SARS doctors board stricken ship  Doctors and paramedics have boarded a Malaysian ship whose crew are feared to have contracted the virus   HK breathes easier on SARS news  Chinese territory has reported its lowest number of new cases since mid-March   Sars fears shut reservoirs  Scores of medical workers are leaving their jobs as the number of cases of the virus continues to soar 10,000 people quarantined in Nanjing Angry Chinese riot over SARS SARS battle remains 'grave'  Premier Wen Jiabao has called for intensified efforts to contain the virus. 138 new cases and 8 new deaths announced SARS investigators deployed  Thousands of investigators have been deployed in the Haidan district, which has been worst hit by the disease SARS fight goes rural  A lack of medical facilities and experts in the countryside are leading to fears the outbreak may spiral out of control   FBI's former China agent indicted  James J. Smith, 59, was indicted on charges related to his 20-year affair with an alleged Chinese double agent SARS travel warning extended Map of Taipei Taiwan  The World Health Organization has extended its travel advice on Taipei and 2 provinces of mainland China SARS progress in Beijing  Upward trend of cases had been effectively curbed. The disease continues to sweep through the rest of China China 'missing' vital SARS data
China fears 'many more' SARS cases   Sub disaster killed 70  A conventional submarine on a military exercise was involved in an accident that blamed on mechanical problems Beijing upbeat, HK hits SARS snag   Ship issues SARS distress call


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  Captain is saying 10 of its 24 crew members seem to be suffering symptoms of SARS
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May.10   Beijing  
  WHO: In Beijing there is no information about when, where and from whom patients caught the disease
May.11   China China urges vigilance on SARS May.13   China   Dozens dead mine blast  A gas explosion ripped through a coal mine, killing at least 63 miners and leaving 23 others missing   Beijing   Beijing: SARS 'under control'  Health Ministry reported another 10 deaths and 80 new cases in the last day May.14   Beijing   SARS figures offer China hope  China has reported it lowest daily increase in new cases in weeks. The number of cases rose by 55 to 5,124 May.15   China   Death for SARS spreaders
  China has threatened to execute or jail for life anyone who deliberately spreads the killer virus
  Beijing   WHO optimism on SARS grows
  Canada and Vietnam have been taken off the list of countries where transmission of the disease is occurring
May.17   China   WHO extends China SARS advice   The World Health Organization recommended that people consider postponing all but essential travel to Hebei province May.23   Hong Kong   WHO lifts HK, Guangdong advisory  The WHO has lifted its SARS-related travel warnings for Hong Kong and Guangdong province May.27   Moscow     Hu meets Putin
  Both leaders are calling 'the use of force to resolve problems' on the Korean Peninsula 'unacceptable'
  Hong Kong   HK seeks to boost virus defenses  Health officials have asked a panel of international experts to help prepare for future disease outbreaks May.30   Beijing   Officials: China SARS crisis eases  The epidemic in mainland appears to be easing, although the situation remains serious May.31   Taiwan   SARS: Optimism for China, Taiwan  Single digit increases in the number of cases is prompting cautious optimism the crisis may be turning the corner



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China, May 2003, Location by Topic
Location Disasters Health Disasters Crime & Justice
East Asia
05/01 China fears 'many more' SARS cases
05/02 Beijing upbeat, HK hits SARS snag
05/03 Ship issues SARS distress call
05/03 SARS doctors board stricken ship
05/04 HK breathes easier on SARS news
05/05 Sars fears shut reservoirs
05/05 10,000 people quarantined in Nanjing
05/06 SARS battle remains 'grave'
05/06 SARS investigators deployed
05/08 SARS travel warning extended
05/09 SARS progress in Beijing
05/10 China 'missing' vital SARS data
05/15 WHO optimism on SARS grows
05/01 China fears 'many more' SARS cases
05/02 Beijing upbeat, HK hits SARS snag
05/03 Ship issues SARS distress call
05/03 SARS doctors board stricken ship
05/04 HK breathes easier on SARS news
05/05 Sars fears shut reservoirs
05/05 10,000 people quarantined in Nanjing
05/06 SARS battle remains 'grave'
05/06 SARS investigators deployed
05/08 SARS travel warning extended
05/09 SARS progress in Beijing
05/10 China 'missing' vital SARS data
05/15 WHO optimism on SARS grows
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Beijing
05/01 China fears 'many more' SARS cases
05/02 Beijing upbeat, HK hits SARS snag
05/05 Sars fears shut reservoirs
05/06 SARS battle remains 'grave'
05/06 SARS investigators deployed
05/09 SARS progress in Beijing
05/10 China 'missing' vital SARS data
05/15 WHO optimism on SARS grows
05/01 China fears 'many more' SARS cases
05/02 Beijing upbeat, HK hits SARS snag
05/05 Sars fears shut reservoirs
05/06 SARS battle remains 'grave'
05/06 SARS investigators deployed
05/09 SARS progress in Beijing
05/10 China 'missing' vital SARS data
05/15 WHO optimism on SARS grows
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Hong Kong
05/03 Ship issues SARS distress call
05/03 SARS doctors board stricken ship
05/04 HK breathes easier on SARS news
05/23 WHO lifts HK, Guangdong advisory
05/03 Ship issues SARS distress call
05/03 SARS doctors board stricken ship
05/04 HK breathes easier on SARS news
05/23 WHO lifts HK, Guangdong advisory
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Taiwan
05/08 SARS travel warning extended
05/31 SARS: Optimism for China, Taiwan
05/08 SARS travel warning extended
05/31 SARS: Optimism for China, Taiwan
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