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The group says horses are overexerted every year but nothing is done
Animal rights group says millions are spent by the Andalucian government to subsidise bullfighting
In a controversial dispatch, expat bullfighting aficionado Lenox Napier argues the case for the corrida
Animal welfare in Spain is often dubbed appalling, but charities, shelters and changing traditions suggest the campaign for change is gathering momentum. Tom Powell asks, has the tide finally turned?
Huge drop in support among young Spaniards suggest custom is dying out
Amina Axelsson, leapt into the ring and unveiled a banner reading 'Stop Bullfighting'
Gervais is not the only one, as a Spanish activist jumped into the Malaga bullring to comfort a dying bull last week
While the government pours money into the cinema industry, revenue from bullfighting remains much higher
Ordonez's father, Paquirri Ordonez, died in the ring after being gored in ‘almost identical’ fashion 30 years ago
The funds from the cancelled festival will go to buying schoolbooks for unemployed families
Orson Welles and Ernest Hemingway spent many summers in Ronda and will now be immortalised there
Film director and producer Miguel Angel Rolland speaks exclusively to the Olive Press about the launch of his most 'important work' and his desire to revolutionize Spain’s animal cruelty epidemic
Surgeon Enrique Crespo said it was "the biggest goring wound I've ever had to operate on"
A Russian billionaire enlisted the help of a British bullfighting expert for his first corrida