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Saturday, 8 July, 2000, 17:22 GMT 18:22 UK
Pamplona bull run injures 21
Twenty-one people have been injured in the second day of the running of the bulls in the northern Spanish town of Pamplona. The daredevil event is one of the highlights of the annual San Fermin festival and dates back to 1591.

A fighting bull is led into Pamplona's bullring
Crowds part to make way for one of the bulls

Pamplona bulls
An American and a Canadian were worst hurt

People hang from window ledges to watch the bulls pass
People hang from window ledges to watch the bulls pass

A fighting bull, left, loses its footing
Some of the bulls came to grief on the city's streets

A festive crowd tries to avoid being trampled by a calf let loose
At the end of each run a calf is let loose in the bullring
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