The fallout from a tainted milk scandal in China continues to spread around the globe, with tainted crackers found in South Korea, two more illnesses reported in Hong Kong and a grocery chain in Great Britain pulling Chinese products.
The United States, meanwhile, said inspectors would expand testing for Chinese products that may contain high levels of milk or milk proteins.
Nearly 53,000 children in China have been sickened by infant formula or other products contaminated with the chemical melamine. Four babies have died. About a dozen countries, from Asia to Africa, have banned or recalled Chinese milk products. Read full article »
CNN's Andy Saputra, Sohn Jie-Ae and Roya Shadravan contributed to this story.