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the road to i got this central needs years largest city and the main escape route for migrants ducking into europe along with smugglers they forced to stop at official checkpoints but flesh little cash and you can go unnoticed c. development will be comfortable nowadays pain is a must , shueisha , that all security forces should be replaced , process than flynn witnessed how two years later little has changed , police came only the buses , between two and twenty dollars a time , this year more people than ever are expected to crossed knees year towards europe , more than one hundred thousand heading through the country to libya where smuggling boats wait ready to cross the mediterranean the government passed an anti smuggling law last month but implementing it isn't easy for the world's poorest country so the government has yet feel strongly that african governments have a responsibility here and they're all asking , fellow african nations , to join with them to approve similar kinds of roles , so the one that is you know has just approved to fight against migration , authorities say it's hard to stop migrants who have proper papers and aren't really illegal until the cross into libya plus migration is a money spinner work is sending cash home have boosted the economies of some poor west african nations leisure says it needs cooperation from its neighbors and the e. u. to tackle the problem to finally stop the trade they say measure first needs to reshape its economy