Outlaws of the sea

December 1999
Current Events;12/10/99, Vol. 99 Issue 13, p1
Focuses on pirate attacks in the South China Sea. Involvement of the International Marine Bureau (IMB) in fighting piracy; Statistics on world piracy in 1999; Inhumane acts of the outlaws done on victims; Weapons used by pirates; List of pirate attacks; Difficulty in fighting piracy.


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