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26 ott 2015

Libia. Veterinario-eroe salva 250 animali lasciati dalle famiglie in fuga

Jalal Kaal ha sfamato e curato cani, gatti, tartarughe. Poi li ha caricati sugli aerei, specialmente in Tunisia, perché potessero raggiungere i loro cari. "Lo rifarei cento volte" commenta soddisfatto

26 ott 2015
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TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY RIM TAHER Libyan vet Jalal Kaal shows a dog he rescued to a child at his clinic in the Libyan capital Tripoli on October 19, 2015. When evacuated foreigners left their pets behind at the outbreak of Libya's revolution in 2011, Kaal almost single-handedly braved the missiles to reunite hundreds with their owners. In the chaos of the evacuations, several called him from the airport to ask if he could collect their pets from their homes and take them in. AFP PHOTO / MAHMUD TURKIA
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TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY RIM TAHER Libyan vet Jalal Kaal shows a dog he rescued to a child at his clinic in the Libyan capital Tripoli on October 19, 2015. When evacuated foreigners left their pets behind at the outbreak of Libya's revolution in 2011, Kaal almost single-handedly braved the missiles to reunite hundreds with their owners. In the chaos of the evacuations, several called him from the airport to ask if he could collect their pets from their homes and take them in. AFP PHOTO / MAHMUD TURKIA

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