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Bulgaria Agriculture Minister ban import of poultry from Macedonia and Croatia

Deputy Agriculture Minister Dimitar Peychev said that Bulgaria is to ban the imports of live birds, eggs and poultry meat from Macedonia and Croatia after both countries reported suspected bird flu outbreaks. The first case of bird flu in Europe has been reported from farm// in Balikesir province n...

Dr. John L. LeRoy First Atlanta Plastic Surgeon to Perform Newly Approved Dysport Wrinkle Remover Injections for Facial Rejuvenation

...and body contouring. Dr. LeRoy has lent his expertise to many philanthropic and charitable organizations, including a two-week mission in war-torn croatia where he acted as a volunteer surgeon treating wounded civilians in the Bosnian conflict. For more information on Dr. John L. LeRoy, the practice...

Barr Announces Reorganization of Senior Management, Business Functions

...ponsibility for the sales and marketing in the European and Rest of World markets following the acquisition of PLIVA. Sawyer, who relocated to Zagreb, croatia and works in the Company's European headquarters, will report directly to Mundkur. In addition to Mundkur, Wilkinson and McKee, Zeljko Covic, Presid...

Bush Isolated on Climate Change Heading into G8

...Afghanistan. Bush travels on to Tirana for the first official visit to Albania by a sitting US president. He plans to meet leaders of Albania, croatia and Macedonia to discuss their hopes of joining the NATO military alliance, and regional issues such as Kosovo. He concludes the trip June 11 ...

All Forms of Ill Treatment Cause Post Traumatic Stress Disorder-PTSD

...University of London, and colleagues interviewed 279 survivors of torture from Sarajevo in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Luka in Republica Srpska, Rijeka in croatia and Belgrade in Serbia between 2000 and 2002. The survivors (average age 44.4, 86.4 percent men) were asked which of 54 war-related stressors and 46 d...

Tourism not to be affected by bird flu affected areas!

...mal world but human world as well. The fear is so intense that tourists wanting to visit // countries with bird flu like China, Vietnam, Turkey and croatia want an advice from doctors. At the moment the unanimous voice is to take the plunge as bird flu is an animal disease and not a problem for humans ...

Officials In Turkey Confirm Deaths Due To Bird Flu

...nt. Regional governors are requested to meet on Thursday and discuss various measures to combat bird flu. The birds in Turkey, Romania, Russia and croatia were all tested positive for H5N1 strain of bird flu. ...

Farm boy's death raises human bird flu fears in Turkey

...on last night, and was worsening. Birds in Turkey, Romania, Russia and croatia recently tested positive for the deadly H5N1 strain in birds, but no human ...m workers in close contact with birds. Birds in Turkey, Romania, Russia and croatia recently tested positive for the deadly H5N1 strain in birds, but no human ...
Croatia in Biological News

Faster immune system testing set to improve poultry quality

...h initiated at the University of Georgia and continued at the Institut Ruder Boskovic in Zagreb. Project leader Dr William Ragland of Zagreb Biotek in croatia had the basic idea twenty years ago but he had to wait for advances in molecular biology. "The test is ready but we need to develop the companion immu...
Croatia in Biological Technology

Barr Reports Second Quarter 2008 GAAP Earnings of $0.52 Per Share; Adjusted Earnings of $0.64 Per Share

...gn currency fluctuations, overall sales were in line with last year as strong growth in Russia and other Central European markets offset declines in croatia and Germany. Proprietary Product Sales The Company's proprietary product sales were $118 million for the second quarter of 2008, compared to $102 m...

Lost in translation: corporate branding

...t an emotional break-dance. KumangaTeq would be a good name if its customers were all located in northern Calcutta around some Sanskrit temples, or in croatia where there are still a few villages with traces of Serbian-Latin dialects. In Delhi, Karachi or Manhattan, and in most major cities around the world,...
Croatia in Biological Definition

Rudolf Steiner

...Southern Austrian Railway. When Rudolf was born, his father was stationed in Kraljević in the Međimurje region, present-day northernmost croatia , then part of Austria-Hungary . When he was two years old, the family moved into Burgenland , Austria, in the foothills of the eastern Alps . St...
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