Japan's Plan to Resume Commercial Whaling Met With Criticism
Workers use hoses to wash down a fin whale carcass as it is winched ashore for processing at the Hvalfjordur whaling station, operated by Hvalur HF, in Hvalfjordur, Iceland. (Photographer: Arnaldur Halldorsson/Bloomberg)

Japan's Plan to Resume Commercial Whaling Met With Criticism

(Bloomberg) -- Japan announced it would resume commercial whaling in July, drawing criticism from Australia and New Zealand, where anti-whaling sentiment is strong.
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