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traumatized and exhausted it but safe nine hundred people including women and children rescued by the british royal navy disembark h. m. s. bullock in toronto south italy monday , the surge of those fleeing conflict and persecution in africa and the middle east showing no signs of abating , and with it the lucrative human trafficking business , the e. u. stepping up its efforts to crackdown on migrant smugglers foreign ministers agreeing monday to launch a limited naval operation , with no u. n. resolution , the european operation will be limited to surveillance , with planes and ships to move into international waters of libya in the coming days , but it will take a month at the mission to be fully up and running , if the ships come across migrants like these , they will rescue them , but until they can tackle the traffickers the number coming via libya is likely to keep rising