Germany: No investigation into bear shooting
MUNICH, Germany German prosecutors said Friday they have decided against launching a criminal investigation into last month's shooting of the first wild bear seen in the country in 170 years.
The 2-year-old brown bear, known as Bruno, was fatally shot June 26 by hunters acting with authorization from the Bavarian state government. Officials reinstated permission to shoot him after a month of efforts to capture him alive failed.
The shooting was met with widespread dismay. ...
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