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Madrid’s streets congested with sheep in annual protest

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The streets of Madrid were congested with sheep, part of an annual protest to protect ancient grazing routes. Campaigners say almost 80,000 miles of these routes are under threat from overdevelopment, every year they parade hundreds of sheep through Spain’s capital to make their demands heard.