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GREAT VICTORY FOR OIPA INDIA THIS WEEK!   The Fisheries Department of the state of Haryana issued an advisory to protect and preserve the exotic and migratory species of birds in the Haryana State. This advisory states that no fish farmer will use th...

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ARTÙ, A SWEET CAT WITH A SAD STORY: BETWEEN ABANDONMENT, INDIFFERENCE AND OMISSION   Artù is the name OIPA Rome decided to give the poor cat that, regardless of his disease and the indifference of those who surrounded him, is fighting through life ...

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LATEST NEWS FROM OIPA CAMEROON   A NEW OFFICE AND A MOBILE VET CLINIC   On 7 August, OIPA Cameroon moved to a new office. It was a day of celebration and joy and the whole community of Chomba attended the opening. The new office is much more spa...

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    Article by Dr. Plamen PASKOV, DVM   In the beginning  In the region next to the Strandzha Mountain, located on the border between Turkey and Bulgaria, people’s main activity is livestock farming (mainly cows, sheep and goats). In th...

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OIPA WELCOMES ITS NEW DELEGATION IN CHILE Cases of cruelty on animals are a daily occurrence in Chile. In this country, there is still no respect for animals and people hardly acknowledge the existence of animal rights. Last December, a law was adopted wh...

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Target 2023: The European Parliament is pushing for a global ban on testing cosmetics on animals With a non-binding resolution adopted by 620 votes in favour, 14 against and 18 abstentions,MEPs call on the European Union to launch a diplomatic campaign fo...

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QUINOA, THE MOTHER OF ALL GRAINS Quinoa is a pseudo-cereal, not technically a grain or a traditional cereal. This means it is a non-grassy plant used in much the same way as cereals and grains with a similar nutritional profile. Whole grains include the ...

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TOKYO ANIMAL CRUELTY 2018 World Cup in Russia has recently ended, causing the death of an awful lot of stray dogs, in silence of mass media and FIFA. Animal rights organizations fought a losing fight against this meaningless slaughter. Now is the time to ...

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