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Clip from Behind The News Specials  |  ABC ME  |  July 30, 2014
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Have you ever wondered about the seas and whether anybody or any country controls them? Well in this episode BtN gets to the bottom of some of the ocean's legal mysteries.

Have you ever wondered about the seas and whether anybody or any country controls them? Well in this episode BtN gets to the bottom of some of the ocean's legal mysteries.

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