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Japan holds three Australian anti-whaling activists accused of illegally boarding a Japanese ship. Kyung Lah reports.

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IWC's shame: Japan's whale slaughterupdated: Fri Jun 25 2010 11:33:00

After just two days of closed-door negotiations, the leaders who had gathered at the International Whaling Commission in Agadir, Morocco, announced no agreement was reached on the IWC chair's proposal to improve whale conservation.

Japan to lobby whaling commission to support huntsupdated: Wed May 28 2008 02:09:00

Japan will lobby a dozen members of the International Whaling Commission at a meeting Monday to support its much-criticized Antarctic whaling program -- just three days before all members of the commission meet in London to discuss reaching an agreement on whale conservation rules.

Greenpeace: Japanese ship's crew stole whale meatupdated: Thu May 15 2008 09:20:00

Greenpeace filed a criminal complaint with Japanese prosecutors Thursday, accusing whaling-ship crew members of stealing whale meat from a hunting trip.

Anti-whaling groups claim partial victoryupdated: Wed Apr 16 2008 04:04:00

Anti-whaling groups have claimed partial victory in their attempts to disrupt Japan's annual whale hunt in Antarctic waters.

Whalers, activists clash in Antarcticaupdated: Tue Mar 11 2008 07:55:00

Japanese whalers and anti-whaling activists clashed in the waters near Antarctica on Friday, with each side offering conflicting accounts of the confrontation -- the second between the two boats in a week.

Activist: Attack on whalers 'nonviolent chemical warfare'updated: Mon Mar 03 2008 12:36:00

Anti-whaling protesters hurled containers of butyric acid at a Japanese whaling ship in Antarctic waters, injuring four crew members, a Japanese official said Monday.

Whaling video releasedupdated: Thu Feb 07 2008 16:36:00

Australia releases pictures of recently-slaughtered whales in its campaign against Japanese whaling. ITN's Paul Davies reports. Why Japan's Whale Hunt Continues updated: Tue Nov 20 2007 23:00:00

Japanese vessels set sail on their largest-scale whale hunt in decades. Is it for research? Out of sheer stubbornness? Or is it even about the whales at all?

Two sides of whaling issueupdated: Tue Nov 20 2007 02:37:00

CNN's Shihab Rattansi discusses the whaling controversy with representatives of both sides of the issue.

Time to save the whales, againupdated: Fri Oct 20 2006 04:29:00

To a generation that has grown up with environmentalism as part of its conscience, it must seem that saving the whale was a battle that had already been won, or at least wasn't in danger of losing.

Anger over bid to hike whale catchupdated: Mon Jun 20 2005 00:49:00

Pro- and anti-whaling forces have begun a critical meeting in South Korea Monday which could see a controversial easing of some restrictions on the hunting of the giant sea mammals.

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