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3 new cases of Swine Flu, Number climbs to 15 in oPt

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 Nablus, June 27, 2009, (Ramattan)- Palestinian Ministry of Health Saturday announced that three Palestinians were diagnosed as "Swine Flu" patients in the city of Nablus, north of the West Bank.
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