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Senegal Seizes Russian Trawler for Illegal Fishing

An illegal Russian trawler called the Oleg Naydenov was seized for the third time for fishing in Senegal Sunday. The trawler will be facing a hefty fine from the West African country. Senegal loses 120 billion CFA francs ($250 million) each year from illegal fishing. (Photo: SEYLLOU/AFP/Getty Images)

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