Suspected bird flu

South Korean quarantine officials arrive at a poultry farm in Pyeongtaek, south of Seoul, where a suspected bird flu case was reported. South Korea has slaughtered more than 2 million chickens and ducks since the first case was reported in early April.
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( Kim Jae-Myoung / AFP / Getty Images )

South Korean quarantine officials arrive at a poultry farm in Pyeongtaek, south of Seoul, where a suspected bird flu case was reported. South Korea has slaughtered more than 2 million chickens and ducks since the first case was reported in early April.

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