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4,000 birds mysteriously die in northwest Iran

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Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Oct. 05 – More than 4,000 birds have mysteriously died near a city in the north-western Iranian province of West Azerbaijan, a state-run daily reported. Iran Focus

Tehran, Iran, Oct. 05 – More than 4,000 birds have mysteriously died near a city in the north-western Iranian province of West Azerbaijan, a state-run daily reported.

The 4,000 deaths took place over the past two weeks close to a dam on the Aras River, near the city of Maku, the daily Aftab-e Yazd wrote in its Thursday edition.

The report ruled out Bird Flu as the possible cause of the deaths.

It said that specimens of the dead birds were sent to laboratories in Britain to investigate the cause.

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