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A thermal-imaging scanner is set up at Taipei Municipal Wan Fan Hospital on April 26, 2003. The fever sensing machine is to screen visitors as part of efforts to curb the spread of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome which has killed at least 276 worldwide and infected some 4,800. Taiwan has 49 probable cases and 65 suspect infections of SARS which has symptoms of fever and a dry cough. (Reuters)
Emissaries meet Tiger leaders : LTTE assure quick return to talks

by S. Selvakumar & Ananth Palakidnar

Moves toward a revival of the peace process gathered momentum as the LTTE on Friday assured a Government Minister that the current withdrawal from formal talks would not last long and gave the Norwegian Monitors a commitment to avoid cease-fire violations.
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Ceasefire will hold : G.L. vetoes road blocks

by Elmo Leonard

There is no necessity to establish road blocks in Colombo or any other part of Sri Lanka; the ceasefire agreement entered into on February 22 by Prime Minister, Ranil Wickremesinghe and LTTE leader, Prabhakaran will stand, assured government's chief negotiator, Professor G. L. Peiris, on Friday.
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Thermal scanner for BIA under fire

by Shanika Sriyananda

The decision to import a thermal scanner from Singapore to expedite medical examination of passengers suspected of being infected with Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) has come under heavy criticism from health experts.
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