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East Timor on Thursday confirmed that hundreds of hogs have died in an outbreak of African swine fever, after the disease has killed pigs from China to Slovakia, pushing up pork prices worldwide.
The tiny half-island nation between Indonesia and Australia said some 400 pigs had died over the past two weeks.
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East Timor's agriculture ministry said it has teamed up with its Australian counterpart to investigate the spread of the disease.
"Since September 19, the ministry has gathered information about the death of 400" pigs, it said in a statement Thursday.
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