A man milks a camel at a farm in Taif June 7, 2014. A dramatic upward revision in the number of people killed by the MERS virus in Saudi Arabia may signal a fresh approach from Riyadh, but also raises... more 
A man milks a camel at a farm in Taif June 7, 2014. A dramatic upward revision in the number of people killed by the MERS virus in Saudi Arabia may signal a fresh approach from Riyadh, but also raises new questions about how the two-year-old outbreak has been handled. The Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) virus, which can cause fever, coughing, shortness of breath and pneumonia, is thought to be transmitting into humans from camels, although scientists say human-to-human spread is also taking place. REUTERS/Mohamed Alhwaity (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY ANIMALS) less 
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Reuters | Photo By MOHAMED AL HWAITY / REUTERS
Sat, Jun 7, 2014 12:48 PM EDT