13 Dec '11, 6pm

On Our Radar: Tensions Over Chinese Fishing Attack

Officers arrested a South Korean protester on Tuesday after he slammed his vehicle into a bus guarding the Chinese Embassy in Seoul. Public anger rises a day after a Chinese boat captain who was illegally fishing in South Korean waters kills a coast guardsman and seriously injures another as they try to stop the boat. One man smashes his sport utility vehicle into a police bus guarding the Chinese Embassy in Seoul, and South Korean headlines denounce the growing violence by Chinese fishermen in Korean waters. [ABC News] One in five tree species has disappeared and one in six trees has died since the 1950s in the Sahel, south of the Sahara, because of human-caused climate change, a new study says. [University of California, Berkeley] Canada still has a legal obligation under United Nations rules to cut its emissions despite the country’s pullout from the Kyoto Protocol on M...

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