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Caught in the crosshairs: French hunters after pressure after deaths of forest walkers

By France24
22 January 2023   |   10:11 am
Earlier this week, the French government announced a plan to improve hunting safety and reduce the number of sometimes fatal accidents. Opponents of hunting denounce insufficient measures and underline the lack of debate around biodiversity. France has nearly one million hunters, who say they are acting to protect the environment. But anti-hunting campaigners are not buying that argument. Our team reports.

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