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Palestinian vet Rakan Silos takes care of unwanted donkeys

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Palestinian vet Rakan Silos rises early every Thursday and heads to a West Bank donkey shelter run by the British charity Safe Haven For Donkeys where he helps care for animals that still play an important role in daily Palestinian life.

Added on the 10/03/2021 00:12:09 - Copyright : AFP EN

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