Indonesia is the world’s largest archipelago, and its waters cover a vast area. This makes it difficult to stop illegal fishing. In fact, the government estimates it’s costing them $20bn annually in lost revenue. The BBC’s Rebecca Henschke reports from Pandangran, West Java, on the government’s novel approach to dealing with the problem.

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