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French fishermen are increasingly concerned about the prospect of a no-deal Brexit, which would put their livelihoods on the line.
“With the plan as it stands now, there will be less Mediterranean fish on the tables in France, Italy and Spain", said Oceana Europe Executive Director Lasse Gustavsson.
South Korea's annual ice fishing festival drew massive crowds on Saturday who braved below freezing temperatures to catch trout in a frozen lake.
A Japanese tuna tycoon paid a record price for an enormous 278 kilogramme blue fin tuna at the first auction of the new year.
The 278-kg bluefin tuna was sold to the owner of a Japanese sushi restaurant, but experts say demand for the fish has made it an endangered species.
17th Chagan Lake Ice Fishing Culture Tourism Festival to open on Friday
Environmental crisis requires bold decisions. However, fisheries ministers keep setting catch limits too high even though overfishing goes against the law and costs us jobs, food, and money.
Experts said EU leaders need to act to prevent the collapse of the region's fish stocks.
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"We invite the national authorities to resolve any dispute in an amicable way"
French and British fishermen have said they will attend talks to quell a dispute over access to the scallop-rich seabed off the coast of Normandy in northern France.
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In West Germany where temperatures have reached around 39 degree's celcius, there's hardly been any rain in the last few months, leaving the Rhine river in Cologne very low leaving fish to suffocate
Some 700 dolphins washed up dead on French beaches over the winter, figures reveal, most of them victims of the fishing industry.
20 Italian bottom-trawling vessels were caught fishing within closed areas of the Strait of Sicily designed to protect young hake — the most overfished species in the Mediterranean.
A third of the the world’s commercial fish species are being caught at unsustainable levels, with overfishing at its most severe in the Mediterranean and Black Sea, according to a new report by the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).
The price of fish and chips could go up if Britain leaves the European Union without securing a trade deal with Brussels, it’s been claimed.
Dutch fishing companies fear EU divorce will force them out of lucrative English waters
If the UK switches to sustainable fishing, it could increase its catch by almost 30% over the next decade, according to new research.