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asylum the ultimate goal for desperate migrants facing the dangerous crossing from libya to the european coast , the e. u. has stepped up rescue efforts off to eight hundred people drowned when their boat capsized in april , thoughts officials are towards as to what happens next , once ashore in italy some migrants dodge the rules and raced to other countries before seeking asylum whatis correspondent steve sierra is following the story from rome and the supposed to be identified this was to be fingerprinted and identified a lot of them some say half some same , two thirds don't want to stay in italy , so they take the first chance they they can get to leave there are lot of reasons that the main reasons are that , uh one and they have family who are already living in other european countries the second reason is that %HESITATION northern european countries like germany it's , uh much , generous benefits for asylum seekers , and that the third reason is that %HESITATION economies and in other countries from our stronger so that it's easier to find a job the fascinating thing about %HESITATION covering this , mike and crisis in europe is that every single story is interesting and i talked to a twenty four year old university graduate , and %HESITATION and he had made the trip with his %HESITATION his fiance eight months together %HESITATION on the trip , and %HESITATION and they were you know not yet at their destination short term options that they're trying to take now our , hoping it'll increase taking on soviet increases asylum seekers from syrian every trade in the long term what has to happen is that europe has to find a way to manage it they have to find a way to stop them from getting , but boats and making a dangerous journey and and managing you know what is in it inevitable flow of immigration from africa to europe