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The construction of the 186-km fence is expected to be completed in June.
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Number of migrants rescued off Calais coast 'trebled last year'
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English Channel migrant crossings treble to a record 28,000
At least 28,395 migrants reached the English coast in small boats in 2021, compared to 8,400 the previous year.
Lithuania pays migrants €1,000 to return to Iraq
The largest group of migrants who broke through the Lithuanian-Belarusian border at the height of the latest migrant crisis has been returned to Baghdad.
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Police uncover 455 social accounts encouraging Belarus-to-EU migrants
The social media accounts promoted illegal immigration by advertising the sale of counterfeit ID documents and visas or illegal transportation services.
Human pawns: the migrants trapped in a geo-political chess game
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"It is a milestone decision since it confirms the Hungarian approach to migration policy and underscores that Hungarians have the right to defend themselves and their borders."
Berlin: 6000 green lights in solidarity with migrants in Belarus
A collective of NGOs placed 6,000 green lights in front of the Bundestag to demand the reception of migrants blocked at the border between Poland and Belarus.
EU plane to be deployed over Channel after migrant deaths
A plane operated by EU border agency Frontex will be deployed over the Channel to better identify smuggling networks, said the French interior minister at a meeting with European migration officials.
Why are France-England migrant crossings on the rise?
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Illegal border crossings have risen beyond 2019 levels, says Frontex
The number of illegal border crossings is up 45% more than in 2019 but is still below the levels seen in 2015.
Demonstrators on Poland-Belarus border demand more help for migrants
Demonstrators in Poland - close to the Belarusian border - demand that the government does more to help migrants.
French authorities start moving migrants from camp in northern France
Authorities began evacuating some 1,500 migrants seeking to reach the U.K. from a muddy camp in northern France on Tuesday. Police and CRS (special forces) officers have been overseeing the operation in the camp near Grande-Synthe.
Hungary move to criminalise helping asylum seekers 'infringes EU law'
The EU's Court of Justice found the Hungarian legislation restricts the rights to asylum in an unlawful manner.
Scores of migrants leave camp for Belarus-Poland border
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UK must stop using French as 'punchbags' over migrant boats — minister
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Record daily number of migrants cross sea to reach UK
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Suspects accused of faking medical emergency to force plane's landing
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EU urged to stand firm against 'desperate and illegitimate' Belarus
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