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´╗┐Uncover thy mystery... Why? Where? Who? http://www.flickr.com/photographs/22924454@N03/3380070506/sizes/o/

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There be privateers... Some inquiries to consider... Where is theft an issue in the World? Why has Somalia been a rich ground for robbery? What sway does theft have on us? By what method can vendors avert hijackings?

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There be privateers... Video

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There be privateers... Theft and me... Increment in hijackings Payments for payments Increased security Increased protection installments Longer voyages subsequently more fuel Higher high road costs

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Large number of equipped and experienced warlords from the common war. There is an all around created welfare framework in the nation. There be privateers... Fizzled state-government is not in full control. Stable government which is in control of the nation. Significant yields from payments paid for boats and teams normal $2 million. Normal wage in Somalia is $600 dollars per capita. Where is Somalia? Why is robbery an issue? There are few business opportunities in Somalia. Immense beach front zone makes it uneasy to police. Most payments are unrealistic to be paid. A significant part of the populace is dependent on sustenance help. Vocation opportunities are broadly accessible. Substantial seaside range. Vast number of ex-angler that know the region well. Solid global backing for the Somali government. Privateers are seen as legends by the neighborhood populace. Little beach front territory. Privateers are evaded by the neighborhood populace. Illicit angling of Somali waters has made angler bankrupt.

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There be privateers... Sway on Somalia Wealthy privateers energize the utilization of medications outsider to neighborhood society Local costs increment because of inundation of dollars-personal satisfaction diminishes for local people accordingly Local ranchers and anglers leave to join privateers Ransom cash is reinvested in more complex weaponry making administration of the range more troublesome Pirates take different wives from poorer migrant tribes-this effects on provincial conventional life Other countries enter Somalia to track and catch privateers undermining the national government? Debilitates speculation and exchange the nation.

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There be privateers... A worldwide issue? Blue lines show densest delivery courses. http://gem.jrc.ec.europa.eu/gam/index.htm

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There be privateers... A worldwide issue? Somalia Vietnam Bangladesh Nigeria Indonesia Tanzania Malaysia Brazil Philippines Ghana Countries with dynamic privateer groups http://www.pupilvision.com/schoolmap/map.htm

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There be privateers... How very much composed are the privateers of Somalia? Neighborhood learning of the coast . Contacts in the neighborhood ports. Quick speed water crafts . Boarding gear, for example, stepping stools and catching snares. GPS and satellite telephones . http://www.flickr.com/photographs/quilombo_samuel/3070312599/Heavily equipped, automatic weapons and projectile launchers.

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There be privateers... How compelling would these measures be against theft? Crisis alert to illuminate shipping organization and powers Secure boat electric wall around the boat conveying a 9,000 volt stun Razor wire around available parts of the boat Bridge and settlement to be secured High controlled hoses and water guns Hired outfitted security groups Install powerful surge lights Tracking gadget for boat Trailing ropes and payload nets 24 hour look outs Advice given to load ships in privateer waters

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There be privateers... Counteractive action or cure? http://www.flickr.com/photographs/lens_envy/3385940994/

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