Talk:"Aggressive" Bird Flu found in Sweden

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Wouldnt 'H5N1 avian flu' describe the finding better than '"aggressive" bird flu'? Also, should we say "found in Oskarshamn, Southeast Sweden instead of saying it was found 250km southeast of Stockholm. Maybe the 250km from Stock could be said later in the article? Third, was the title of the BBC source originally "Sweden has 'aggressive' bird flu", as now the page you linked to says "German cat gets deadly bird flu"? Now fourth and last, should we put "Bird Flu" in lower case ("bird flu"), according to the wikinews style? --HJV 00:41, 1 March 2006 (UTC)

Good suggestions conserning Stockholm! I renamned the article. H5N1 is not yet confirmed in Sweden. The original name said 'Bird Flu' and I left it that way. However English, is not my first language, so it could probably be done better.
/ Mats Halldin 11:11, 1 March 2006 (UTC)