No reports of rape at this year’s festival, although women’s groups say action still needed against sexist slogans

Pamplona’s efforts to tackle the scourge of sexual assaults that has blighted its famous bull-running festival in recent years appear to be paying off, with this year’s celebrations showing a marked reduction in violent sexual attacks.

Two years ago, the mayor of the northern Spanish city admitted that sexual assaults had become “a black stain” on the festivities.

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