Turkish proposal to euthanize stray dogs draws anger and protests

As concerns over attacks by stray dogs rise in Turkey, a draft law scheduled to be debated in the Turkish Parliament proposes rounding up stray dogs, posting them for adoption, and euthanizing them after 30 days. Dog lovers and animal rights activists oppose the bill, arguing that expanded sterilization programs are the only solution. The World’s Durrie Bouscaren reports from Istanbul.

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