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Wednesday, September 1, 1999 Published at 15:29 GMT 16:29 UK


Fox Hunting: A worldwide stigma?



With its ceremonial red attire and class associations, fox hunting is viewed by many as a typically British activity - but it is practised all over the world.

Hunting overseas


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Fox hunting worldwide
The USA has more than 150 fox hunts - but their rules mean that few animals are killed.






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