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(Commercial: Whaling #408237

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 25, 1996
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(Studio: Gene Randall) Report introduced.

(Aberdeen, Scotland: Siobhan Darrow) The annual international whaling conference in Aberdeen, Scotland, which is discussing the interests of commercial whaling versus the preservation of whales, featured. [Environmental Investigation Agency chairman Alan THORNTON - worries about commercial whaling by Norway and Japan; calls for conservation of whales and dolphins.] [Norwegian delegation Kaare BRYN - defends whaling as part of the Norwegian culture.] [Japanese delegation Ichiro NOMURA - comments.] The threat of environmental pollution to whales noted.

Darrow, Siobhan;
Randall, Gene

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