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UK Government launches public consultation on circuses

21 December 2009

Following a major exposť of circus animal abuse earlier this year by Animal Defenders International (ADI), the UK Government is launching a public consultation on Monday 21 December concerning the use...

Negotiations remain open on animal testing Directive as Member States criticise trialogue agreement

16 December 2009

The Swedish Presidency of the European Parliament yesterday (15 December 2009) presented the current state of play of the negotiations between the Commission, the Council and the European Parliament, to...

Circus trainer mauling by tiger highlights danger of wild animals in circuses

10 December 2009

A recent incident in Germany, in which an animal trainer was attacked, clearly shows the hazards of keeping wild animals in circuses. The incident in Hamburg, where three tigers mauled and seriously...

EU decision on fate of lab animals imminent

4 December 2009

A decision which could seal the future of the millions of animals used in laboratories could be made as early as next week, it was revealed yesterday (2 December 2009) at a meeting of the European Parliament...

ADI presents 10,000 signatures to key EU Rapporteurs

2 December 2009

The EU Commission, Presidency of the EU Council of Ministers and key Rapporteurs, were presented yesterday with a letter signed by over 10,000 people urging them to use the revision of the new Directive...

Bull rampage highlights danger of using animals in films and cruelty of bull runs

27 November 2009

Animal Defenders International (ADI) believes the incident in which two people were hurt by bulls on a film set highlights the danger of using animals in entertainment. Two women were injured when the...

Brazil takes a step closer to a full ban on animals in circuses

18 November 2009

Progress towards a Brazilian ban on animals in travelling circuses took another step forward today as Bill No. 7291 was passed in the Commission for Constitution, Justice and Citizenship of the Brazilian...

Shocking sight of chimpanzee victim highlights danger of primate pets

17 November 2009

Animal Defenders International (ADI) was distressed by the recent coverage showing the victim of a chimpanzee attack and expresses its sympathy towards Charla Nash who was severely disfigured by the ordeal...

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