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Dog stubbornly waits on the scene after India glacier disaster


A dog called 'Blackie' is stubbornly hanging around the entrance to a tunnel in Northern India, where rescuers are searching for people missing after floods triggered by a breaking glacier. An army officer says the dog was likely the pet of someone trapped inside.

Added on the 12/02/2021 09:16:11 - Copyright : AFP EN

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