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Topic - Joshua Ramos
Two men who denied Hells Angels motorcycle club membership have been sentenced in Las Vegas to probation for their role in a December 2008 wedding chapel brawl that injured six people.
MANILA (AP) — The Philippine government has ordered the recall of millions of cans of infant milk products made by U.S.-based company Wyeth because they may have been contaminated at a warehouse during a storm, officials said yesterday.
"It was only an afterthought when they declared it to us," Mr. Ramos said.
He said Wyeth has selectively withdrawn contaminated milk units and destroyed them but has yet to reply to the department's questions on their count of affected units and whether they have ensured that milk remaining in the market is safe.