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Animal rights extremists face backlash

British groups support testing

By Alana Semuels
Globe Correspondent / June 28, 2006

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LONDON -- Animal rights extremists, known for their attention-grabbing stunts and sometimes using violence to make their point, are facing considerable backlash in Britain. From a group that advocates the use of animals in scientific research, to an online petition in favor of animal testing that was signed by the prime minister, organizations are defying the radicals and raising questions ... (Full article: 584 words)

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