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Anthrax hysteria hits PM’s office

The main post office in the northern Slovak town of Žilina was shut for three hours as reports of envelopes containing suspicious white powders continued to spread across Slovakia. The main Government Office building was also closed yesterday after a package addressed to Prime Minister Dzurinda was judged to be suspicious. No positive lab results have yet been returned.

Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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