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Text of report in English by South Korean news agency Yonhap
Berlin, 28 January: A German freighter carrying a load of beef to North Korea was told Monday [28 January] not to dock as planned because some of the beef may contain mad cow disease, a diplomatic source here said.
The German government ordered the freighter to remain at sea for a week after German business journal reported last week that some beef shipped from Bavaria was not properly screened for mad cow disease, the source said.
The ship left Germany early last month with the second load of beef aid and was scheduled to enter the North's Nampo port Monday.
A quarantine firm in …