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Anti-whaler says he was shot in Japanese clash

A hardline anti-whaling activist, Sea Shepherd captain Paul Watson, said he was shot during a clash with Japanese whalers in the Southern Ocean on Friday, but survived because he was wearing a kevlar vest. Watson told Australian radio from his ship that anti-whaling activists threw “stink bombs” on to the Japanese whaling factory ship the Nisshin Maru. The Japanese retaliated throwing “flash grenades” onto the deck of the Steve Irwin and during the clash, Watson said he was shot. Full Story

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