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New Zealand Prime Minister
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Attorney for David Turpin
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CEO and founder, Planetway
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In this three-part special edition of Perspectives we look at Europe’s recurring summer migrant tragedy; the other side of the immigration debate
There were angry scenes as riot police moved in to dismantle three camps in northern France housing hundreds of migrants hoping to cross the Channel
A day after France evacuated the coastal camp dubbed ‘the jungle’ the debris is disappearing, but
the problem of illegal migrants looks set to
An empty field near Calais is all that remains of what was home to over 500 migrants and asylum seekers. They were living in a makeshift camp known
The French left is leading the attack on the government’s dismantling of the Calais “jungle” for immigrants. The Socialists have called it “totally
It took barely two hours to clear ‘the jungle.’
Resigned and bewildered, there was little resistance from those who called the camp home.
As migrants were led away from “the jungle”, the French immigration minister defended his government’s decision to close the makeshift camp.
French security forces have been evicting migrants from a sprawling makeshift camp on the Channel coast known as “the jungle”.
Protesters tried to
French police have arrested 150 illegal migrants near Calais, in an operation targeting a sprawling tent city of people hoping to travel secretly to
Human rights groups say it is up to the French government and not them to support migrants camped around Calais. Since 2002, several agencies have