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Video | This is how the rescue dogs of a
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The Spanish NGO IAE (Intervention, Aid and Emergencies) has sent a team this week to the city of Derna, in Libya, the most affected in the African country by the floods caused by the storm. Daniel. Three dogs trained to locate survivors have traveled with the rescuers, with whom they are working to rule out buildings in which to search for living victims. Two of the IAE managersits president, Moisés Belloch, and its delegate of the operational group in Galicia, Miguel Montero, have explained to EL PAÍS from Libya what their work with the dogs is like. Their testimonies are collected in the video that heads this news.

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