Indonesian minister says swine flu could be man-made

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ABS-CBN News Online Beta
Agence France-Presse | 04/28/2009 3:22 PM

JAKARTA – Indonesian Heath Minister Siti Fadilah Supari said Tuesday the deadly swine flu virus could have been man-made, as she urged calm over its spread around the world.

The controversial minister did not elaborate but in the past she has said Western governments could be making and spreading viruses in the developing world to boost pharmaceutical companies’ profits.


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