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The Government is now investigating whether playing the song on the arena PA system is a violation of Democratic Memory Law
WATCH: American gored in neck and teen bruises spine as annual San Fermin bull run begins in Spain’s Pamplona
Each day six bulls and accompanying steers are released, before the animals take on matadors in public fights in the afternoon
‘Sequinned C**T’ – British comic Ricky Gervais slams Spanish matador who wiped tears from dying bull
Comedian Gervais has longed criticised animal cruelty and has spoken out previously against 'traditional' blood sports such as trophy hunting
WATCH: Matador wipes away ‘tears’ of dying bull in a ‘perverse’ move slammed by Spain’s animal rights group
Morante de la Puebla wiped blood from the dying bull’s face with his handkerchief in a gesture condemned by animal rights groups.
WATCH: Matador in Spain flung in air by bull and gored in buttocks before being rushed to hospital for...
The 532-kilo bull that attacked the dad-of-two, was named Declamador
HUNDREDS are set to protest against the planned €1 million relaunch of bullfighting in Marbella next week. Campaigners will take the streets on January 12...
Local businesses have until the end of the year to back the plans
Padilla nearly lost his life in the bullring in 2011 when a bull ripped his eye out after the animal mauled him on the ground
Despite the gruesome attack the matador is set to to perform one last bullfight
Inspired by Spanish tradition, a video has emerged showing an Irish and Swedish fan engaged in a dance off-cum-matador performance in Paris
In a controversial dispatch, expat bullfighting aficionado Lenox Napier argues the case for the corrida
Children as young as 14 have been filmed killing bulls in Madrid
The annual San Isidro festival had to be cancelled for the first time in 35 years due to the horrific incident
Juan Jose Padilla, gored by bull ‘Marques’ during Zaragoza's Fiestas Del Pilar [Warning this article contains graphic images]
The recent furore surrounding the cruel scenes in Alhaurin el Grande has reopened bullfighting debates. But a definite distinction must still be made between this heinous act and the sport itself, writes Andrew Pearce