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Wild birds in England can now be killed to protect game for shooting
There has long been debate over when birds like pheasants are considered livestock.
Russian opposition MP charged with illegally hunting elk
Valery Rashkin has admitted killing the animal but said the charges against him are politically motivated.
Russian parliament lifts immunity of MP accused of illegal elk hunting
The carcass of an elk was found by police in Valery Rashkin's car last month. The Communist Party member last week admitted to shooting the animal.
Russian MP accused of illegal hunting after elk carcass found in car
Russian police said they found remains of the animal in Rashkin's car alongside two hunting rifles nearby.
Slaughter of dolphins on Faroes could revive debate
The slaughter of 1,428 white-sided dolphins that is part of a four-century-old traditional drive of sea mammals into shallow water where they are killed for their meat and blubber, has reignited a debate on the small Faroe Islands.
Tradition or torture? 1,428 dolphins slaughtered in Faroe Islands hunt
Only 17% of people in the Faroe Islands consume whale or dolphin meat - so why are thousands of animals still dying?
EU found to be world's second biggest importer of hunting trophies
EU hunters importing almost 3,000 hunting trophies a year after shooting trips abroad.
Why are 45,000 people signing up to kill a threatened species?
Volunteers are applying to shoot bison at the Grand Canyon, to prevent environmental damage from taking place. But is this the right decision?
Prince probed over claims he killed Romania's largest bear
The prince had been granted a derogation to kill a female bear that had caused damages to local farms. Instead, the country's largest male bear, 17-year-old Arthur, was killed.
Global campaign to ban trophy hunting is 'simplistic and inaccurate'
Scientists claim the practice has beneficial effects on conservation and wildlife protection.
Is Romania's environment ministry run by a hunter who dislikes bears?
In the past, Barna Tanczos has called for the culling of 4,000 bears and warned against turning Romania into "the zoo of Europe".
Activists angry after third bear killed in the Pyrenees in 2020
Campaigners are demanding action after Spanish authorities confirmed that a third bear had been killed in the Pyrenees mountains since the start of 2020.
The Deer Hunter? Czech police search for missing rifle stolen by deer
Czech police have appealed for help to find a missing weapon after a deer stole a hunter's rifle and fled on Friday.
Conservationists slam Malta over bird hunting during COVID-19 lockdown
"It is incredible how governments in the past and even the ones we have today are spineless," said Mark Sultana, chief executive of Birdlife Malta.
Hunters and gamekeepers helped police enforce lockdown in France
French hunters and gamekeepers were requisitioned to help police enforce the country's coronavirus lockdown for a weekend.
Sea Shepherd brings dead dolphins to central Paris to make their point
They say certain fishing methods are seeing the dolphins accidentally killed.
British lawyer's tweet about killing a fox incites outrage
"Already this morning I have killed a fox with a baseball bat. How's your Boxing Day going?" wrote Jolyon Maugham.
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New app keeps you safe in hunting areas after France's 2019 deaths
Nine people have been killed in hunting accidents in France this year alone. Over the last 20 years, more than 350 people died while in hunting areas. Now a new mobile phone app aims to improve safety.
French supermarket managers hunted out of job over safari pictures
Pictures of the couple proudly posing rifles in hand with wild animals they had just slaughtered — including a lion, a leopard and a zebra — were shared on social media last week.
Killing of 'iconic', 50-year-old elephant in Namibia sparks outcry
An iconic 50-year-old elephant bull was killed in Namibia by a hunter authorised by the government to do so.
Which countries continue to hunt whales?
Japan has resumed whale hunting after pulling out of an international moratorium - but which countries will it be joining?
US farmers and trappers say limiting animal trapping threatens a way of life
"I just think the tide has turned. There are too many people out there on those public lands, and it's like we're walking through a mine field," said a New Mexico man whose dog died in a trap.
All you need to know about French hunting accidents this year
As accidents marred the start of the hunting season in France, Euronews looks at the incidents and what is being done to prevent them.
Scotland to review cull laws after hunting picture causes outrage
Scotland will review cull laws after a picture of an American TV presenter with her hunt caused outrage on social media.
Briton shot dead by hunter in France
Britain's Foreign Office confirmed the accident and said it is providing assistance to the family of the victim.
Watch: Algerian women take aim and fire as interest in hunting grows
Holding their shotguns with a firm grip, several young Algerian women took part in a target shooting competition held ahead of hunting season.