Ross Kemp: In Search of Pirates

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The player investigates the rise of piracy in the seas of the world, traveling to some of the problems around the planet to discover the problems faced by potential targets and those trying to protect them.

It begins in London, where he discovers the economic impact of kidnappings in world trade, before joining one of the Royal Navy to combat piracy of ships in the Gulf of Aden off Somalia.

That explores the impact of piracy in Nigeria, where more people are killed in the raids elsewhere in the world. See the devastating effects that hackers are having on the local fishing fleet, with almost 300 workers dead in recent years and how the attacks on tankers in the port of Lagos are threatening the country’s economy.

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