Romania bear attacks: Government not ruling out return to hunting

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A reported rise in attacks by bears in Romania has led to calls for their hunting.

Conservationists say the problem is due to human activity. But that is a dilemma for the government, as it is trying to attract more tourists to national parks.

Al Jazeera’s Andrew Simmons reports from Romania.

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