Abandoned zoo animals from Syria's Aleppo find refuge in Turkey

Animals have increasingly also become victims of the war in Syria that has killed hundreds of thousands of civilians and displaced millions of others.

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    Animals have increasingly also become victims of the war in Syria that has killed hundreds of thousands of civilians and displaced millions of others.

    Lions and tigers are among those abandoned in a zoo in the province of Aleppo that have been moved to a sanctuary in Turkey.

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Jamjoom reports from Istanbul on the rescue and removal operation.


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