Europe worries about 'ghost ships' calling at their ports

Daily Mail:
Terror fears over hundreds of 'ghost ships' turning off their tracking devices while sailing close to hotspots including Syria and Libya before entering European waters



  • Vessels entering Europe routinely turn off their GPS tracking to ‘disappear’ 

  • Often become ghost ships after making dubious stops near terrorist hotspots

  • It is fuelling concerns they are smuggling people and weapons to the continent

  • 2,850 ships ‘went dark’ before entering Euro waters in first two months of 2017
  • It is also possible that some of these ships could be Iranian flying false flags as indicated in the post below.  Europeans will need to beef up their port policing efforts to keep terrorists and their weapons from being offloaded.

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