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No sign of avian flu

Jean Claude Levasseur, a UN Food and Agriculture Organisation spokesman, said the

avian flu virus could be on its way back to Cambodia. Even though samples collected

so far showed no such signs, the situation could change very fast.

The organization was particularly worried that the virus could enter Cambodia from

Vietnam, where it has recently re-emerged. FAO would help the government to increase

surveillance.

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