Lebanese animal charity reunites owners with pets after Beirut explosion
Credit: Animals Lebanon.
Dog owners are welcomed by their beloved pets inBeirut, Lebanon, after non-profit animal organisation Animals Lebanon soughtto reunite them following a large explosion in the capital on Tuesday August4.
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