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th the H1N1 ▓flu virus. Authorities believe the di▓sease may have come from a farm worker who had travele▓d to Mexico. The pigs have si▓nce been

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zhou, capital of south▓ China's Guangdong Province. Prosecutors announced on March ▓18 they would charge 15 people in total, but police ▓are stil

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l to ar▓rest the rema▓ining six, said ▓a statement from Guangzhou police. The 15 wou▓ld face charges▓ involving the production and marketing of sub▓standard, toxic and ▓harmful food, the prosec

utors sa▓id. The ch▓arges could mea▓n prison terms of▓ up to fiv▓e years for thos▓e found guilty. Pol▓ice said the▓y had also revoke▓d the business lic▓ense of the Tia▓n

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