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Victims of crime left all at sea

With over 25 million people travelling on cruise ships every year, it is surprising how little protection and support there is for passengers who are victims of crime. Sam Smith argues that the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) and the cruise industry need to address the poor standards of crime protection and crime management at sea.

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