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A fishy United Nations treaty

...fishermen entered Alaskan waters by 1905. In June of that year the Revenue Cutter Perry found four Japanese schooners at Attu Island. They had 6,500 salmon on board, a partially-built floating trap and a shore camp. In 1906 something horrible...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2013-03-27/letters-to-the-editor
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Federal departments announce compensation for ill nuclear workers

...is part of the Aleutian Islands. Amchitka is 35 miles long and three miles wide and is about 230 miles southeast of Attu Island, the final land body in the chain. The government detonated three underground nuclear explosions on Amchitka between...

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...ways to boost airport activity Fairbanks police investigate robberies with similar suspect Quake strikes near Attu Island Senior Briefs Lunch Menus Phone systems could be used to help detect callers' dementia Suzuki, Pujols...

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