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12 December was an important day for decisions about climate. In Paris, more than fifty international leaders met for the One Planet Summit to find the necessary funding for projects addressing climate change. It was organised by the World Bank, the Unite...

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The program to save the endangered marine mammal called vaquita failed after one exemplar died shortly after the rescue and another one had to be released after showing signs of extreme stress. The program received funds for about 3.5m €, involved 60 sc...

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Russia will host the FIFA World Cup 2018 from June 14 to July 15. To get ready for the arrival of football stars and fans and general media attention, Russia decided to “clear the fields” from homeless animals and protect the image of the country. Ins...

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This new Transitory Care Center, that will be unveiled in October 2018, will correspond Kosovo regulations and have better possibilities to separate and treat contagious dogs. The renovation works have already begun but we need funds for windows and doors...

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NEW ANIMAL PROTECTION ACT – CROATIA   The new Animal Protection Act for Croatia has been adopted by the Croatian Parliament at its session on October 4th, 2017 and came into force on October 26, 2017. A lot of big issues have finally been addre...

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OIPA CAMEROON RESCUES A TORTOISE CAUGHT BY A LOCALLY MADE TRAP   Over the past 5 years, OIPA Cameroon has been at the front line of animal protection in Cameroon. During this period, OIPA volunteers have rescued many animals in danger and taken them ...

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A few days ago Mandorlo, a greedy alley cat, was hit by a car. He was found, clinging to life, by a kind lady who usually leaves food for him. After a long series of useless phone calls to the public bodies responsible for animal protection, the woman who...

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MUTILATED DOGS AND FAKE CERTIFICATES IN THE NAME OF A “DIRTY BEAUTY”: OIPA ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICERS IN ROME REPORT TO THE JUDICIAL AUTHORITY 30 DOGS OWNERS AND 4 VETERINARIES After a year of investigations, OIPA animal control officers in Rome, Italy, ...

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Despite the stigma surrounding them, black cats are friendly, affectionate animals who certainly do not deserve the negative reputation of being bad luck they have been suffered for many centuries, and are still object of in many countries. And yet, no ma...

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