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Pirate trawlers rob the sea

Identity-less trawlers today carry extensive pirate fishing on the Reykjanes Ridge south of Iceland.

(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)

By Jógvan H. Gardar jhg@nytid.no

[poaching] A pirate fleet of at least eight trawlers is currently fishing illegally on the Reykjanes Ridge, in the sea south of Iceland. In mid-March, Iceland tried to prevent several of the same trawlers from leaving the ports of the German city of Rostock. The boats have been blacklisted by Norway and the EU for several years.

Without shame, the pirate trawlers mix with the legal trawlers out on the open international sea. In recent weeks, up to 70 trawlers have been in the area fishing for redfish. Between eight and twelve of these are. . .

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