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Trafficked tigers released into sanctuary in France

Animals Lebanon executive director Jason Mier (R) and a volunteer carry one of the three Siberian tigers to be resettled in France as they prepare them at a centre of the non-governmental animal rights group, Animals Lebanon, in Aley, to be flown as special cargo on a passenger plane to France where they will be taken to the Tonga Terre D'accueil sanctuary near Lyon on June 10, 2017. AFP / ANWAR AMRO

 
A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Daily Star on July 12, 2017, on page 3.

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