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Japan Says It Will Resume Whaling in the Antarctic
A Japanese official said mounting international criticism of the nation's whaling program is 'environmental imperialism.'
Japan Is Going to Kill Thousands of Whales No Matter What Other Nations Say
Despite its plan being rejected by the International Whaling Commission, Japan seems likely to go ahead with a plan to kill nearly four thousand whales over the next 12 years.
Peru and Chile's Maritime Rivalry Triggers Diplomatic Crisis Over Alleged Espionage
The government of Peru lodged an official complaint after it emerged that Peru's military courts had detained two Peruvian naval officers accused of selling information to Chile.
Court Dismisses Claims That Serbia and Croatia Committed Genocide During the Yugoslav Wars
The International Court of Justice dismissed Serbia and Croatia's claims against each other about genocide committed during the breakup of Yugoslavia.
War Crimes Trial Ends as Divisive Election Nears in Bosnia and Herzegovina
The five-year trial of suspected war criminal and former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic came to a close this week, just as voters in Bosnia and Herzegovina were due to head to the polls.