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How climate change impacts fishing in Senegal
25/11/2015 - International report

How climate change impacts fishing in Senegal

RFI’s Sheriff Bojang visited a Senegalese fishing village where the lives of local fishermen already suffer from climate change.

French gendarmes block demonstrators at the gates of the Reunion Marine Reserve building in Saline les Bains after a surfer was attacked by a shark in 2012
12/04/2015 - FRANCE - Reunion island

13-year-old killed by shark off France's Réunion island

A 13-year-old boy was killed by a shark off the coast of the French Indian Ocean island of Réunion on Sunday, the sixth death due to a shark attack there in four years.
The wreck of the trawler Bugaled Breizh, which sank off the coast of Britain on 15 January 2004.
03/03/2015 - FRANCE

Families of French shipwreck victims launch final appeal for truth

Families of victims of a mysterious shipwreck in the English Channel 11 years ago launched a last-ditch attempt to learn the cause of the incident in a French appeals court on Tuesday.
Clean Break in Jamaica: part 3/5
20/08/2014 - International report

Clean Break in Jamaica: part 3/5

For the third part in our series Clean Break in Jamaica, RFI reports on a project that enables disenfranchised people to earn money from ornamental fish rearing.

 

Mind your fingers! Piranhas are notoriously carnivorous
29/05/2014 - France

Piranha bites French fisherman in Vosges

A piranha has bitten a fisherman in the chilly mountainous region of the Vosges in eastern France.
Tackling illegal fishing: part 5/5
02/05/2014 - International report

Tackling illegal fishing: part 5/5

Illegal fishing in Ghana cost the West African country over 100 million euros last year.
Tackling illegal fishing: part 4/5
01/05/2014 - International report

Tackling illegal fishing: part 4/5

The West African nation of Liberia is endowed with vast natural resources. Among them: rubber, gold, diamond and timber.
Tackling illegal fishing: part 3/5
30/04/2014 - International report

Tackling illegal fishing: part 3/5

The waters off Jamaica are the most over-fished in the region according to a report by the Caribbean Community and Common Market.
Tackling illegal fishing: part 2/5
29/04/2014 - International report

Tackling illegal fishing: part 2/5

Local fishing boats and international fleets criss-cross Somalia’s three thousand-mile long Indian Ocean coastline in search of dozens of types of fish.
Tackling illegal fishing: part 1/5
28/04/2014 - International report

Tackling illegal fishing: part 1/5

Lake Victoria is Africa’s most productive freshwater fishery, with export earnings of over 180 million euros.
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