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PETA Rescue Team on the Scene After Typhoon Noru Rips Through Central Philippines

PETA’s rescue team traveled to where the storm had ripped through the central Philippines to distribute dog and cat food and to look for injured animals in need of …

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Victory! EGYPTAIR Ends Transport of Monkeys to Laboratories

EGYPTAIR ends the sinister business of transporting monkeys to laboratories for experiments after an intense campaign by PETA entities.

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PETA Asia Releases Gut-Wrenching Footage from Marubeni’s Subsidiary

Eating chicken means paying for babies to be crushed, smothered, and frozen alive. Watch PETA Asia’s disturbing whistleblower video—and go vegan.

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PETA Demands Ajinomoto Open their Eyes at Shareholders Meeting

PETA Shows Ajinomoto Just How Blind Its Experimenters Are

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What’s in the Bag? Shoppers in Tokyo Were About to Find Out

Outside Louis Vuitton’s windows, PETA gave shoppers a window into its cruel practices.

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PETA ‘Dinosaurs’ Hit the Streets of Manila to Urge People to Go Vegan

Why risk extinction when it’s easy to stop destroying the planet and inflicting unnecessary suffering?

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Hundreds of Animals Treated as PETA Resumes Field Clinics in 2022

PETA’s field clinics are back and ready to treat animals in indigent communities across the Philippines.

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Why Going Vegan Is the Easiest, Most Effective Way to Combat Climate Change

The latest U.N. report confirms that minor, reactive, and incremental changes aren’t enough to combat the climate catastrophe. Everyone must go vegan in order to save the planet and …

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Love in the Time of War: Indians Returning From Ukraine With Animal Companions

Following an appeal from PETA India, the Department of Animal Husbandry and Dairying issued a memorandum relaxing import requirements for animal companions traveling to India with their guardians from …

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Millennium Hotels and Resorts Drop Support for the Iditarod After 30 Years

The Singaporean conglomerate says “enough” to the deadly Iditarod.

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