The death of a Spanish matador who was mauled by a bull live on Spanish television has sparked a national debate about bullfighting.
Victor Barrio, 29, was gored in the thigh and chest during a bullfight in the eastern town of Teruel last Saturday. He was the first Spanish matador to die in the bullring since 1985.
The sport has been seen as a part of the fabric of Spanish life, but opposition to bullfighting has been gaining ground in recent years.
Should the bull run be reconsidered? Or is this something steeped in tradition that should be left alone?