US Takes Back 10 ‘Antiterrorism Assistance’ Dogs From Morocco

The US Department of State has taken back 10 “antiterrorism assistance” dogs from Morocco, announced the US Office of the Inspector General (OIG).

“In August 2019, 10 [Department of State Antiterrorism Assistance] canines were repossessed from Morocco because the dogs were not being used for their intended purpose,” says a report declassified this month.

Morocco has received a number of dogs trained to find explosives under the US Department of State’s antiterrorism assistance program.

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Source: Morocco World News

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