Crime waves

Ryan, Nick
May 2000
Geographical (Campion Interactive Publishing);May2000, Vol. 72 Issue 5, p26
Discusses maritime piracy and pirates of the 21st century. Number of piracy attacks between June 1998 and June 1999; Pirate attack against the M.V. Anna Sierra; Weapons of the 21st century pirates; Actions taken by the International Maritime Organization to prevent piracy; Impact of maritime piracy on tourists; Emerging trends in sea piracy.


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