There is a worldwide ban on hunting whales, apart for those used for scientific research. Japanese vessels used this provision last year to catch 103 minke whales in the Southern Ocean.
Shouldn't 'apart for' in the above question be replaced by 'apart from' or is it a typo? Maybe it is an Australian version.
BBC News - Australia sends plane to monitor Japanese whaling
It should be 'apart from', shouldn't it?
Yes, it should.
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