By Jill Arce
Pirates have begun robbing shipping vessels and committing acts of criminal violence at sea for as far back as several centuries ago. These coastal crooks have sprung from just about anywhere — from France to China to Somalia — and have raided just about any open target — from the Red Sea to the massive Asian waters to the Caribbean.
As times changed, the maritime mobsters began to disappear, but they are now on the rise again.
That is why the scientists at the U.S. Navy have come up with a new way to predict pirate attacks, while keeping up with the technologies of our time.
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