"It is in the interests of the British royal navy not to show off the 'beauty' of its aircraft carrier on the high seas any closer than a few hundred miles"
Russian defence ministry
"I could hear my heart beating, my heavy breathing, and nothing else"
"People are laid-back, you can talk to anyone without any problem"
"Let me tell you peace is much better than war and Colombia will flourish after this peace deal like never before."
"The new generation are more sensitive with animals and in 15-20 years many things will be different"
Takis Dog Shelter
"I would like to lead the discussion more into a situation where it is a question of conscience rather than something I push through with a majority vote."
"There is going to be a major shift in consumers wanting to own their data"
Chief Strategy Officer at Storyful
"It began to feel as if one part of our school’s population was auto-segregating, building a wall between itself and the rest of society."
Director of Belgian schools group
More shelters and tents have been set alight overnight and on Wednesday as a minority of migrants remain on site, despite an ongoing clearance operation.
Eyewitnesses say workers have started to tear down unoccupied tents and shacks. The work has begun by hand to avoid inflaming tensions.
French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said 1,918 people had been processed and sent to 80 centres around France by Monday evening.
More residents of the squalid camp on the northern French coast have been registering for accommodation elsewhere in the country.
Day one of ‘jungle’ evacuation is peaceful One-third of 7,000 migrants have been removed Concern remains over unaccompanied minors French authorities resume their evacuation of migrants from the ‘
With the so-called "jungle camp set for closure, and thousands of migrants soon to be once again displaced, euronews looks back at close to two decades of migrants in Calais.
Bystanders describe the mood as one of resignation, following sporadic outbreaks of unrest overnight.
The first buses have left the camp on France's northern coast, taking migrants to other centres in France as the authorities prepare to begin demolition work.
A week before the evacuation of the Calais 'Jungle' camp, Britain started taking in some of the 1,300 unaccompanied children and youths there.
Hundreds of people are expected to be moved to centres for asylum seekers elsewhere in France as the authorities prepare to dismantle the camp.
France has begun clearing migrants from the Calais camp nicknamed the “jungle” ahead of dismantling it by the end of this week.
Fires were lit and rocks thrown on Sunday evening (Oct.
A day before the so-called “Jungle” camp in Calais starts to be pulled down and concerns are mounting among the refugees and migrants about what will happen to…
Raheemullah Oryakhel paid the ultimate price trying to get into Britain. The 15-year-old died when he fell off a lorry in Calais while making a bid
A French court has rejected an attempt by a group of charities to block the imminent closure of the so-called “jungle” migrant camp in Calais.
The first children from the so called ‘Jungle’ migrant camp in the French port of Calais have arrived in Britain.
Work has resumed to erect a controversial wall aimed at stopping migrants from illegally entering the Calais ferry terminal.
British and French authorities have begun the process of registering unaccompanied minors with relatives in Britain for transfer to the UK.
The first group among hundreds of children Britain has agreed to accept from the Calais migrant camp have travelled to London.
French riot police fired tear gas and water cannon at migrants and protesters who gathered in defiance of a ban outside the shanty town near Calais known as “the…