France, U.K. Grapple With Migrant Boat Crossings After 27 Drown

France, U.K. Grapple With Migrant Boat Crossings After 27 Drown

France, U.K. Grapple With Migrant Boat Crossings After 27 Drown After France tried to stop migrants from entering the U.K. via the tunnel under the English Channel, they took a more dangerous route PARIS—France has set up barbed wire, thermal detectors and police patrols at the tunnel entry under the English Channel and at the port of Calais to keep migrants from using what were once the most popular routes for clandestine migration to Britain. Those measures, officials and analysts say, have spurred migrants to take a far more dangerous route: boarding small boats from the beaches of northern France to cross the channel’s storm-tossed waters. Resume Subscription We are delighted that you'd like to resume your subscription. You will be charged $ + tax (if applicable) for The Wall …
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