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FRANCE 24 English published this video item, entitled “Cats make headlines in two ‘purrfect’ rescues” – below is their description.
IN THE PRESS – Thursday, March 4, 2021: After “another bloody day” in Myanmar, the founding editor of pro-democracy paper The Irawaddy calls on the world “not to lend any legitimacy to the junta”. We also look at rape allegations against Australia’s attorney general and “all-out war” in the British royal family ahead of the airing of an interview with Harry and Meghan. Finally, two stories of “purrfect” cat rescues: the Thai navy saves four cats from a sinking boat, and employees at a London train station spend more than two hours coaxing a tabby from the roof of a high-speed train.FRANCE 24 English YouTube Channel
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