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Rinderpest in Pakistan; foot and mouth disease in Israel ; bovine spongiform encephalopathy in Kuwait ; foot and mouth disease in Swaziland; Newcastle disease in Sweden; foot and mouth disease in South Africa; African swine fever in Senegal



Rinderpest in Pakistan; foot and mouth disease in Israel ; bovine spongiform encephalopathy in Kuwait ; foot and mouth disease in Swaziland; Newcastle disease in Sweden; foot and mouth disease in South Africa; African swine fever in Senegal



Disease Information Office International des Epizooties 14(6): 25-30



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