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Spaniards who banned bullfights OK flaming horns

Run with the bulls, let them tumble into the sea during the chase, even stick fireworks or flaming wax to their horns — but don't kill them. That's the line legislators in northeastern Spain drew Wednesday between protecting animals and upholding cherished national traditions.Full story

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Lawmakers who banned bullfighting this summer in Spain's Catalonia region on Wednesday approved a bill that effectively endorses other traditions such as attaching burning poles to bulls' horns at village festivals or letting the beasts chase human daredevils by seaside marinas and plunge into the w Full story

Spanish area OKs flaming bull festivals

Lawmakers who banned bullfighting in Spain's Catalonia region this summer voted Wednesday to endorse other traditions that have been criticized as cruel to bulls, such as attaching burning sticks to their horns as they chase human thrill seekers. Full story

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