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Pamplona bull-running festival scrapped for first time in decades
The coronavirus pandemic has forced the Spanish city to cancel its iconic – and booze-fuelled – bull runs.
Could COVID-19 spell the demise of Spain's bullfighting tradition?
Bull breeders say this will become an "environmental, cultural, and economic" problem. Spain's pro-animal party say that's a load of bull.
Tensions high as Peruvians protest at bullfighting event
Hundreds of protesters marched in Lima on Sunday (November 3) to call for an end to bullfighting as the country's most high-profile bullfighting event, the Feria Taurina del Senor de los Milagros, begins
Horns lock at controversial buffalo fighting festival in Vietnam
The buffaloes fight in pairs in an elimination contest, the two competitors lock horns for several minutes, sometimes just seconds, before one signals defeat by running away.
Bullfighting returns to the Balearics
Bullfighting has returned to the Balearic island of Mallorca after a partial ban was overturned by Spain's top court.
Bullfighting returns to Mallorca, despite protests
After two years without the tradition on the Spanish island of Mallorca, bullfights have returned to the capital city of Palma. Outside the arena, however, a group of protesters gathered, holding signs and chanting slogans calling the tradition "torture".
Footage of a bull with horns on fire causes uproar
Several French NGOs called out the old Spanish tradition of setting a bull's horns on fire after footage of a bull with his horns on fire went viral on social media.
Panic on first day of Spanish festival as bulls gore three people
Three people were gored and a further two people suffered head trauma during the first day of Spain's best-known bull-running festival in the northern town of Pamplona on Sunday, the Red Cross said.
Sanfermines fiestas kick off with the 'Chupinazo' firework ceremony
The Sanfermines fiestas kicked off on Saturday with the much-anticipated “Chupinazo” ceremony, which sees the launching of a firework rocket to mark the start of the event.
Watch: Dozens protest ahead of San Fermin bull run in Pamplona
Dozens of demonstrators lay half-naked on the streets of Pamplona on the eve of the San Fermin festival on Thursday.
At least three people hurt in Pamplona bull run
At least three have been injured at the traditional running of the bulls festival in Pamplona, Spain, with at least one man gored by a bull’s horns
Five injured in Pamplona bull run
Slippery conditions hamper traditional event
San Fermin organisers refuse to cancel fiesta over sexual assault
Spain's famous Running of the Bulls festival opens in Pamplona despite calls for it to be called off over the treatment of the animals and a sexual assault case in 2016
Anti-bullfighting protesters say 66 bulls will be killed
Protesters call for an end to bullfighting as Spain's iconic San Fermin festival gets underway in Pamplona
Victory for anti-bullfighting advocates in Spain's Balearic Islands
A Spanish province yesterday come one step closer to banning bull fighting once and for all.
Ten hurt in final Pamplona bull run
More injured in Pamplona bull run
Hundreds attempt to outrun bulls in Spanish festival
Thousands of tourists come from all over the world for the famous festival.
Man tossed and dragged by bulls in Pamplona
Two men injured in Pamplona bull run
Naked protest ahead of Pamplona's running of the bulls
Protesters have made their voices heard ahead of this week’s opening of the Pamplona running of the bulls festival in Spain. Animal rights
San Fermin, more than just a bull run
To get the full 360º picture of the San Fermin festival you have to look beyond its iconic bull runs.