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Last Updated: Monday, 26 September 2005, 13:17 GMT 14:17 UK
In pictures: Bird flu in Indonesia
Relatives carry the coffin of suspected bird flu victim Riska Ardianti, 21 Sept
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An outbreak of bird flu in Indonesia is steadily claiming more human lives
Relatives of an Indonesian woman  mourn her death in Sempu Gardu village, 26 September
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A 27-year-old woman from Java became the latest victim on Monday, plunging her family into grief.
Health workers collect blood samples from the relatives of a woman who died from bird flu in Sempu Gardu village in the Cikarang district, west Java, 26 September 2005.
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People who knew her must now be tested for the disease, in case they too had been in contact with infected birds.
Indonesian Health Minister Siti Fadilah Supari (R) with WHO representative to Indonesia Georg Peterson (C) and WHO bird flu expert Steven Gjorge, 26 September 2005.
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Government representatives are meeting WHO officials to try to tackle the outbreak.
A family walks past a bird-flu awareness poster is posted on a door at the Sulianto Saroso hospital in Jakarta, 26 September 2005.
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The authorities aim to educate people about the risks of bird flu, using TV, newspaper and poster campaigns.
A worker sprinkles disinfectant powder inside an eagle cage at a zoo in Surabaya, East Java, Sept. 26, 2005.
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They have also launched a widespread programme of vaccination of poultry, as well as birds living in zoos and people's homes.
Workers clean chicken at a small slaughterhouse in Jakarta, Indonesia, Sept. 23, 2005.
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But for ordinary people life goes on, with many people handling chickens in the same way they always have.




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