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“Brazil, which is currently classified as foot-and-mouth free with vaccination -- apart from Santa Catarina state, which is free without vaccination, last had an outbreak of the disease in 2005 and has since stepped up vaccination programs.”
“For his American audience, he explained, “We call it foot-and-mouth disease here.””
“The 64-year-old allegedly threatened to release a toxic biological agent that would cause an outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease.”
“Currently he is facing two counts: one of threatening to engage in terrorist activities, that relates to several e-mails that he had forwarded from various Internet cafes in Johannesburg and Pretoria to the U.K. authorities threatening to cause an outbreak of foot-and-mouth poisoning disease infecting all livestock in the U.K., and when he did not get a response to that earlier threat, he escalated it to include the United States as well," Mhaga said.”
“Brian Patrick Roach allegedly tried to blackmail the British government to prevent an outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease.”
“An outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease since December damaged livestock production.”
“SEOUL Hundreds of South Korean Buddhist monks and believers offered prayers Wednesday for more than 1.93 million cows, pigs and other animals that have been put to death in the country's worst outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease.”
“We have to do our best to make animals infected with foot-and-mouth disease die peacefully with the help of the government and citizen's groups, he said, alluding to criticism that animals have been inhumanely killed.”
“Sales to South Korea are up significantly as that nation copes with its worst-ever outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease.”
“The upward revision is largely due to supply-side factors such as higher oil prices and the domestic outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease," the bank said in a statement.”
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