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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Ludovic Lebon
A bumper season for the large scallops known in France as Coquilles St. Jacques has turned into a bitter dispute in the English Channel, as French fishermen, angry over British expansion into their traditional waters, surrounded British boats in a show of maritime force.
"It was only to make ourselves heard," he said. "It annoyed the British, but we didn't do any harm."
Ludovic Lebon, a local fisherman who was involved in the dispute Monday, said there was no violence and never any intention to hurt anyone.