First broadcast January 2006
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Part Four: Paedophiles in India
Thousands of tourists visit the Indian state of Goa's beautiful beaches every year, but in this BBC investigation Allan Urry discovers a darker side to beach life in a tropical paradise.
Foreigners are travelling to Goa to sexually abuse children, and the local authorities are turning their back on the problem.
Allan travels to Goa to speak to charities, NGOs and government ministers and finds out that boys and girls as young as ten are indeed being made available for sex to foreign tourists.
As tourism in Goa grows bigger and bigger, will this problem get worse and worse?
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