Bullfighting returns to Mallorca, despite protests


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After two years without the tradition on the Spanish island of Mallorca, bullfights have returned to the capital city of Palma. Outside the arena, however, a group of protesters gathered, holding signs and chanting slogans calling the tradition "torture".
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