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Greenpeace says photos show Iceland has resumed whale hunts

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whale huntingPhotographs show Iceland has broken a two-year ban on whale hunting, the environmental group Greenpeace charged Wednesday.

"We've just received anonymous photographs showing Iceland has broken the moratorium on commercial whaling, again," Greenpeace said in a Twitter message. The group urged people to share the images "to help expose Iceland's bloody secret."



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