Women face sex predator threat in Spain's running of the bulls

After last year's 'Wolf Pack' attacks and their lenient sentencing, feminist groups are raising awareness during Pamplona's famous running of the bulls festival.

    A fear of sexual attacks is hanging over Spain's famous running of the bulls.

    The annual event is under way in Pamplona but there's outrage over what's been called the "Wolf Pack" case.

    A group of five friends were convicted on a lesser charge after being accused of gang-raping a woman at the festival.

    Al Jazeera's Karl Penhaul looks at what women are doing to protect themselves.


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