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Japan quits whaling commission to resume hunting whales commercially

Japan will withdraw from the International Whaling Commission (IWC) and resume hunting whales for commercial purposes starting July 2019. #Japan #WhaleHunting #InternationalWhalingCommission

Japan starts whaling, again

Japan starts whaling, again

Whale Hunting: Japan says hunting ban threatens food security

Whale Hunting: Japan says hunting ban threatens food security

Japan Whaling: Tokyo to resume commercial hunting in July

Japan Whaling: Tokyo to resume commercial hunting in July

Japanese whale hunting

Japanese whale hunting

Macron sues billboard owner for depicting him as Hitler

Macron sues billboard owner for depicting him as Hitler

Is the PKK behind the forest fires in Turkey?

Is the PKK behind the forest fires in Turkey?

Young man helping firefighters died in forest fire

Young man helping firefighters died in forest fire

EU, US and Turkey express concern over crisis in Tunisia

EU, US and Turkey express concern over crisis in Tunisia

Einstein’s theory on black holes proven right

Einstein’s theory on black holes proven right

Here's how Turkey is fighting forest fires

Here's how Turkey is fighting forest fires

Turkey’s Safe Tourism Certification programme in Kusadasi

Turkey’s Safe Tourism Certification programme in Kusadasi

Forest fires rage across Turkey’s southern provinces

Forest fires rage across Turkey’s southern provinces

Prestigious French university reportedly ignored rape allegations

Prestigious French university reportedly ignored rape allegations

The world's population from 1800 to 2100, based on UN predictions

The world's population from 1800 to 2100, based on UN predictions

The Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem visits Palestinian families in Sheikh Jarrah

The Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem visits Palestinian families in Sheikh Jarrah

Hundreds of children faced decades of sexual abuse in care homes in the UK

Hundreds of children faced decades of sexual abuse in care homes in the UK

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