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    AI Outbreak - S. Korea, Live Burials Once Again

    South Korea picks up were it left off in 2011, when they approved the mass culling of pigs by means of live burials. In response to the recent AI outbreak the Korean government is once again using live burials as a means to an end.

    As quarantine authorities order a culling of more than 20,000 ducks, CARE (Coexistence of Animal Rights on Earth) and other animal protection groups are demanding the government to stop the mass slaughter of these birds, expand it's human resources and budget, and to enforce current policies and establish new ones.
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