Faroese warning over whaling disruption

The pilot whale drive in the Faroe Islands dates back to back to the 1500’s Photo: Flickr/barneymoss

The Faroese government says it will not tolerate the disruption of the pilot whale drive in the Faroe Islands, which it says is a legal, fully regulated and sustainable use of an abundant natural resource.

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