Illegal trawlers threaten Sierra Leone fishermen's jobs

We go on patrol with Sierra Leone's navy as it battles a multimillion-dollar problem.

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    The sea off the coast of West Africa is rich in marine life.

    But illegal fishing has been threatening stocks and is costing Sierra Leone about $200m a year.

    Local fishermen say their nets are being destroyed and their catch is dwindling every day.

     

    Al Jazeera's Ahmed Idris reports from Sierra Leone.


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