Romania's parliament approved a law that will allow euthanasia for Bucharest's 60,000 stray dogs following thousands of attacks cited by a local hospital. Many residents oppose the culling, calling instead for a government program to sterilize the animals, which they argue is a less expensive and more humane option. However, the vote for the law was overwhelmingly in favor of it, and disease among the strays is a concern.

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