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Pictures: Bull-running festival in Pamplona, Spain

Images from the San Fermin festival in Pamplona, Spain, where thrill-seekers from around the world take part in the running of the bulls through the city's streets.
But it's not all about the bulls. The festival has a religious background too, and every year on 7 July, the statue of San Fermin, the patron saint of the festival, is paraded through Pamplona.
The statue of San Fermin, patron saint of the San Fermin festival, is carried into San Lorenzo church in Pamplona, Spain - 7 July 2011
The running of the bulls is being held in Pamplona, Spain. The week-long event attracts thousands of people from around the world to run with a herd of bulls through the town's streets.
A bull loses its balance during the third day of the San Fermin running-of-the-bulls in Pamplona, Spain
This man had a lucky escape as it was only his shirt that got pierced by this bull's horns.
Man falls in front of bull during the running of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain - 8 July 2011
It's really dangerous - don't try this at home! People often get hurt by the bulls if they trip or fall - or if they just can't get out of the way in time!
People running with the bulls during the sixth San Fermin Festival bull run in Pamplona, Spain
The whole run lasts just a few minutes, and there are eight runs a day. But animal rights campaigners say it is cruel to the bulls and should be stopped.
People running with the bulls during the sixth San Fermin Festival bull run in Pamplona, Spain
Campaigners are also trying to stop the traditional bullfights that happen as part of the festival.
A bull fighter in Pamplona