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Runners and riders in Europe's horsemeat scandal

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LONDON (AP) — The European Union agreed Friday to begin random DNA checks on meat products in a bid to put a lid on a spreading scandal over horsemeat, while British authorities announced traces of horse had been found in school meals, restaurant dishes and hospital food, as well as supermarket products. A rundown on a scandal that continues to spread: WHERE DID EUROPE'S HORSEMEAT...