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Where the world's ships go to die

Styru

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Where the world's ships go to die

The beaches off the Bangladeshi city of Chittagong form one of the world's largest graveyards for ships.

The government of Bangladesh does not allow filming in these huge ship-breaking yards, so the BBC's Simon Reeve and his guide Morshed Ali Khan took a boat trip to view one of the most spectacular sights of the Indian Ocean.
Not a new story - but a nice, short, new video from BBC News.
 

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Wouldn't mind a mooch around there.

Sounds like they're all over their health and safety and environmental policies.
 
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