Piracy fight needs shared resources

Representatives from the world's major navies meet in Qatar to tackle piracy.



    Representatives from the world's major navies have met in Qatar to discuss co-ordinating efforts to tackle piracy.

    But conflicting interests are hampering their progress and experts say anti-piracy naval forces need to improve intelligence sharing.

    Charles Stratford reports from Doha, Qatar.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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