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As an ongoing whaling dispute between Japan and Australia heats up, lawmakers of Japanâ€™s ruling party are rethinking a possible defense logistics accord between the two nations.
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NEW YORK, Jan. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- On Wednesday, January 6, 2010 in the Southern Ocean, an ancillary vessel from the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, the Ady Gil, and the Japanese security ship, the Shonan Maru No. 2, physically collided, leaving the much smaller Ady Gil sinking and unsalvageable.
A technologically advanced powerboat whose goal was to distract and irritate Japanese whalers sustained heavy damage in its first swim Wednesday, severely raising hostilities between the warring groups.
A futuristic powerboat left Australia on Tuesday en route to Antarctic seas on a mission to harass Japanese whalers.
On Monday the Japanese head of state made a diplomatic but earnest plea for Netherlandsâ€™ authorities to take punitive measures against a Dutch-registered sea vessel used by the radical environmentalist group Sea Shepherd Conservation Society to harass Japanese whaling ships in the waters of the Antarctic.
Police in Louisiana said they arrested a woman accused of stealing a 12-pack of beer by hiding it between her legs. Zachary police Cpt.
According to Canadian officials, the countryâ€™s annual seal hunt â€” the largest in the world â€” has drawn to a close with hunters fulfilling only about a quarter of the maximum quota allowed by the government.
Japan's notorious whaling fleet fell extremely short of their goal after interference caused by anti-whaling activists.
- Captain Paul Watson and the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society Battle Whalers, the Elements and One Another in Dramatic Sophomore Season with New and Returning Crew Members - NEW YORK, April 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Last month, when the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society vessel The Steve Irwin docked in Hobart, Tasmania, it was met by two dozen members of the Australian Federal Police.
- A person who stands up for something, as contrasted to a bystander who remains inactive.
- One of the upright handlebars on a traditional Inuit sled.