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Telegraph (UK)

by Celia Hall

November 21, 2005

Cases of Aids worldwide have reached record levels, with the number of people living with the disease put at more than 40 million, a report showed yesterday.

The Aids Epidemic Update 2005 said that there were now 40.3 million cases compared with 37.5 million in 2003. This year at least three million people died from the related diseases, including an estimated 500,000 children.

The New Zealand Herald

by Brian Rhoads

November 16, 2005

BEIJING - Bird flu has killed at least one person in China, officials said, confirming the spread of the deadly virus into people in another large Asian country where it might prove hard to contain.

One victim in eastern Anhui had died and another in the central province of Hunan was suspected of having been killed by the deadly H5N1 strain of bird flu, China's official Xinhua news agency reported. A second person diagnosed with bird flu in Hunan had recovered, it said.


November 16, 2005

SEATTLE - A jury convicted a Seattle-area gynecologist on Wednesday of four counts of rape in the sexual assaults of two patients.

Charles Momah, 49, also faces civil lawsuits in which women claim that they were also sometimes deceived into being examined, operated on and sexually fondled by his twin, Dennis Momah, a general practitioner who is not certified in obstetrics and gynecology. During Charles Momah's criminal trial, prosecutors said he sexually preyed on vulnerable, desperate women, many of whom had few other places to get gynecological care or were addicted to drugs.

CanWest MediaWorks (Canada)

by Margaret Munro

November 10, 2005

Scientists at the National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg plan to resurrect the virus that caused the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic, a development that has led to calls for international oversight and control of the dreaded microbe.

The Canadian researchers plan to bring the virus to life using pieces of DNA containing the genetic recipe for the virus, said Dr. Frank Plummer, scientific director of the lab. The virus will be recreated inside living cells, then harvested and used to infect animals in an attempt to identify what made the virus so virulent.

Blogging Baby

by Melissa Summers

October 30, 2005

My mother gave me these funny balls a few weeks ago. She'd been going on and on about them for a few weeks.

I take it all back. These little balls actually do cut my laundry's drying time and my clothes feel softer without a dryer sheet. I hate dryer sheets with all the fury of a housewife.

Times Online (UK)

by Jon Ungoed-Thomas and Steven Swinford

October 30, 2005

CUSTOMS officers claim that the businessman at the centre of Britain's first avian flu case made up to £4m from an alleged bird-smuggling operation.

Officers working under cover found that Brett Hammond secretly imported thousands of exotic birds using fake documents more than a decade ago, according to court records. Despite the discovery of the illegal trade, Hammond was allowed to continue to run one of Britain's 83 quarantine centres, which are a key defence against an avian flu pandemic.

Global Research

by F. William Engdahl

October 30, 2005

No sooner are indictments being handed down to Scooter Libby, for lies and coverup of information, but a new scandal is surfacing every bit as outrageous and ultimately, likely also criminal.

Against all scientific prudence and normal public health procedure, the world population is being whipped up into a fear frenzy by irresponsible public health officials from the US Administration to WHO to the United States Centers for Disease Control. They all warn about the imminent danger that a malicious viral strain might spread from infected birds, primarily in Vietnam and other Asian centers, to contaminate the entire human species in pandemic proportions. Often the flu pandemic of 1918 which is said to have killed 18 million worldwide, is cited as an example of what "might" lie in store for us.

Seven News (AU)

October 30, 2005

International health experts and disaster management coordinators will discuss cooperation in the event of a bird flu outbreak at a major conference to begin in Brisbane.

Delegates at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meeting on Monday are expected to consider issues such as border closures, anti-viral drugs and how to maintain essential services during an outbreak. The two-day "Avian and Pandemic Influenza Preparedness and Response" conference follows reports last week of China's third bird flu outbreak in two weeks.

by Leonard G. Horowitz

October 25, 2005

If avian flu becomes more than a threatened pandemic, it will have done so by political and economic design.

This thesis is supported by current massive media misrepresentations, profiteering on risky and valueless vaccines, gross neglect of data evidencing earlier similar man-made plaques including SARS, West Nile Virus, AIDS and more; continuance of genetic studies breeding more mutant flu viruses likely to outbreak, inside trading scandals involving pandemic savvy White House and drug industry officials, curious immunity of these pharmaceutical entities over the past century to law enforcement and mainstream media scrutiny, and published official depopulation objectives.

The Observer (UK)

by Nick Mathiason

October 25, 2005

As panic spreads over avian flu, the Swiss pharmaceutical giant is accused of putting profits before people.

For the obsessively guarded, conservatively dressed and unflamboyant Oeri, Hoffman and Sacher families, avian flu could be good news. Over the next two years, the heirs of Fritz Hoffman, founders of Roche, one of the world's most powerful pharmaceutical companies, and who already rank as among the world's richest families, could see their combined £10 billion fortune reach giddy heights.

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