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2016 Is the Year to Fight for Monkeys

It’s Year of the Monkey! To ring in the Chinese New Year, here’s how you can make a difference for monkeys this year.

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Another Elephant Ride Kills a Tourist in Thailand

A Scottish man vacationing in Thailand was killed and his 16-year-old daughter was injured when an elephant they were riding snapped.

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Reward for Information on Vicious Cat Killers

Twelve community cats from Dasmariñas Village in Manila have gone missing, and some have been found dead, apparently from unnatural causes.

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Tesla Launches All-Vegan Car After PETA U.S. Appeal

Tesla has launched the Model X—its highly anticipated SUV—which is available with a fully vegan interior, including seats, steering wheel, and gear shift.

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Captivity Kills Great White Shark Who Spent Three Days in Aquarium

A great white shark died just three days after arriving at the Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium in Japan. The cause of his death is clear: captivity.

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World Weeks for the Abolition of Meat

Considering that chickens are arguably the most abused animals on the planet, they should be one of the first animals we remove from our plates!

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The Vamps’ James McVey Says, ‘Adopt, and Save a Life!’

The Vamps’ lead guitarist and cat lover, James McVey, teamed up with PETA to star in a campaign shot by renowned celebrity photographer Ruth Rose.

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Pamela Anderson Urges French Assembly to Ban Foie Gras Cruelty

French Deputy Minister of Ecology and Pamela Andrson urge France to ban the force-feeding of animals.

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PETA’s Picks: Non-Chinese Vegan-Friendly Restaurants in Beijing

Craving something slightly more exotic than Chinese food in Beijing? We’ve compiled a list of our favorite non-Chinese, vegan-friendly restaurants in China’s capital city.

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Are Estée Lauder, Clarins, Dior and Others Illegally Marketing Cosmetics Tested on Animals? © Doctors Against Animal Experiments

Are Estée Lauder, Clarins, Dior and Others Illegally Marketing Cosmetics Tested on Animals?

Nine cosmetics companies may be breaking UK and European law by selling products in China, where tests on animals are required by law for cosmetics imported into the country.

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