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The Southern Ocean conflict continues to escalate, with reports of a further confrontation coming to light.
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1/03/2013 4:22:28 a.m.
Dr Ray Gambell, former head of International Whaling Commission, the commission whose treaty banned commercial whaling: I have to say at the outset that Japan is not doing anything illegal by catching the whales that it does and it is acting legally within the terms of the Convention that we operate. One of the things that we are working on at the present time is inspection and international observer programmes that will have oversight of any whaling which is under IWC control, to make sure that all regulations are followed covering areas such as size and species.
1/03/2013 2:38:24 a.m.
The US can call Sea Shepherd what they like, they have no jurisdiction in the Southern Ocean.
The Australian Government DOES have jurisdiction and stands idly by. Sea Shepherd is doing what the Australian Navy ought to be doing
28/02/2013 7:40:11 p.m.
Damn that looks fun! Good Job Sea Shepherd!
The two parties have settled a long-running legal battle which involves a financial settlement in exchange for assistance in an extradition case.
A United States Appeals Court judge has called Sea Shepherd anti-whaling activists "pirates".
The whaling war in the Southern Ocean is heating up and so is the propaganda war.
Anti-whaling activists say they've successfully disrupted Japan's hunting expedition.
Anti-whaling group Sea Shepherd says it has successfully put a stop to Japanese whaling operations in the Southern Ocean.
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