Chinese police in protective suits keep watch near the quarantined Yiyuan village in the Nanhui district of Shanghai February 13, 2004. China on Friday reported outbreaks of bird flu in Shanghai and three other regions as the World Health Organisation said it could not rule out the possibility of human infection in the country. Fourteen of China's 31 provinces and major cities have confirmed outbreaks of the avian influenza that has killed 14 Vietnamese and five Thais and led to the culling of millions of poultry in eight Asian countries. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV CC/FA

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Chinese police in protective suits keep watch near the quarantined Yiyuan village in the Nanhui district of Shanghai February 13, 2004. China on Friday reported outbreaks of bird flu in Shanghai and three other regions as the World Health Organisation said it could not rule out the possibility of human infection in the country. Fourteen of China's 31 provinces and major cities have confirmed outbreaks of the avian influenza that has killed 14 Vietnamese and five Thais and led to the culling of millions of poultry in eight Asian countries. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV CC/FA

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