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People dodge a bull in the town square during the annual El Pilon bull run in Falces, northern Spain, Thursday Aug. 19, 2010. Regional officials say 40 people were injured Wednesday in nearby Tafalla, in the northern region of Navarra, when a bull leapt over a fence at a bullfight and climbed up the stairs of the stands knocking over people, including young children. The incident comes at a time when the country is split over whether bullfighting should be completely outlawed. (AP Photo/Alvaro Barrientos)
Photo by: Alvaro Barrientos
People dodge a bull in the town square during the annual El Pilon bull run in Falces, northern Spain, Thursday Aug. 19, 2010. Regional officials say 40 people were injured Wednesday in nearby Tafalla, in the northern region of Navarra, when a bull leapt over a fence at a bullfight and climbed up the stairs of the stands knocking over people, including young children. The incident comes at a time when the country is split over whether bullfighting should be completely outlawed. (AP Photo/Alvaro Barrientos)

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