In Beirut, a non-profit is rescuing animals following the explosion
"They’ve lost everything, so if you can reunite them with their pets, it brings them joy." In the aftermath of the explosion, many animals have disappeared across Beirut's damaged areas, but teams from Animals Lebanon are helping to reunite residents with their pets. Here's how.
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