Greenpeace whaling activists get one-year jail sentence

| 6th September 2010
Greenpeace whaling
Greenpeace has condemned as 'disproportionate and unjust' a one-year jail term, suspended for three years, handed down on two Greenpeace activists who exposed widespread corruption in the Japanese government's whaling programme
 

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