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sunny weather beautiful beaches and ancient ruins could make this place a top tourist tickets but this is a livia and chaos and complex all walks of put the country on the map since the toppling of its leader Moama Gaddafi in twenty eleven its coastline is better known for the illegal trafficking of migrants major foreign investment is red Hey but now officials say they're in final talks to award a fan from Texas a one point five billion dollar deal to setup a mega ports it'll transform this picturesque coast once occupied by the ancient Greeks into a vast contain a hub and it's no good news for rules says voices Libya correspondence Ole flossing wherein Sosa in eastern Libya it's in the it's in order to bring back to the Greeks and the authorities have high flying plants they won't turn this into a you know a major point seven Libya to Europe and , ravaged by fighting between rival groups Libya urgently needs jobs for the young he may be tempted to take up guns to and that daily bread the port could provide employment for up to two and a half thousand people the balance will be protecting this area's heritage with the need to provide the country with a more prosperous future