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Australians protest against shark 'cull'

4 January 2014 Last updated at 14:01 GMT

Thousands of people have joined protests on beaches in Australia against a new policy which allows fishermen to catch and kill any large sharks they find.

The measures have been introduced by the government of Western Australia, following seven fatal shark attacks in the last three years.

Jon Donnison reports.

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