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Fishing for plastic on Amsterdam's eco-friendly canal cruises
Equipped with fishing rods and thick gloves, a group of people peers into the water from one of the many boats that line Amsterdam's famous canals.
Bangladeshi fishermen protest two-month fishing ban
Hundreds of Bangladeshi fishermen staged a protest in the country's south on Sunday, police said, after the government imposed an unprecedented two-month long fishing ban on the Bay of Bengal.
South Korea's ice fishing festival lures local and foreign tourists
South Korea's annual ice fishing festival has drawn massive crowds, who braved below freezing temperatures to catch trout in a frozen lake.
UK, France agree on a deal to end disputes on scallop fishing
British and French officials have agreed on a deal to end disputes regarding the rights to scallop fishing in an area in the English Channel.
Old fish few and far between under fishing pressure
Like old-growth trees in a forest, old fish in the ocean play important roles in the diversity and stability of marine ecosystems.
Brazil riverbank populations displaced
By Mario Osava Lourival de Barros, one of the people displaced by the hydropower plants which have mushroomed around Brazil, mainly since the 1970s, said: “Now, we have Internet and TV. Before, we didn’t even have electricity, but it was better.”
Fishing boat capsizes in South Korea killing 10 people dead
A South Korean fishing boat has turned over off the country's southwest, leaving at least ten people dead in the latest such incident in the Asian country.
Rise in caviar export expected
Iran expects to export 1.5-2.0 tons of caviar produced in hatcheries by mid-March 2016 despite a ban on commercial fishing of sturgeon in the Caspian Sea.
Norouz-e Sayyadi an old tradition
Norouz-e Sayyadi (Fishing New Year) is an old tradition that bonds humans with their marine environment. It has been popular among residents of southern Iranian coastlines since olden times.

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