Campaigners aim to net illegal fishing vessels with new online database

James Phillips
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New website aims to curtail illegal and unsustainable fishing in international waters

Efforts to crackdown on illegal fishing received a boost this week with the launch of a new transparency initiative designed to make it easier to identify vessels guilty of landing catches unlawfully....

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