migrants in Calais: the two activists on hunger strike announce the end of their action
© Francois Lo Presti The associative activists Anaïs Vogel and Ludovic Holbein on November 13, 2021 in Calais the two associative activists of Calais on strike Hunger since October 11 in support of migrants announced Wednesday at a press conference the end of their action. "We are no longer able to fight through the hunger strike. That's why we decided today to put an end," said Anaïs Vogel and Ludovic Holbein.
© Andy Buchanan AFP Thursday, November 25, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson asked France to resume clandestine immigrants who managed to join the coasts. From Britain, triggering the anger of Paris.
less than 48 hours after the drama of Wednesday evening, 27 migrants drowned in the sleeve while they tried
to go to the United Kingdom, Paris and London called in the wake of a larger
cooperation, but here are the British Cosiness of a meeting Sunday in Calais after Boris Johnson's comments who asked yesterday to France to take up migrants in Great Britain.
The scheduled meeting between European ministers will take place on Sunday, November 28 in Calais to try to get out of the stalemate. But without the United Kingdom. The Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin canceled the invitation made to the British. The reason for this crisis: the words borne by Boris Johnson asking France to resume immigrants arriving in Great Britain.
shipwrecking a migrant boat off Calais: what we know about the drama that made 31 dead
© Copyright 2021, the Obs thirty-one migrants died this Wednesday 24 after their boat capsized in the sleeve off Calais. Research is underway to find possible survivors. "France will not let the handle become a cemetery," said Emmanuel Macron. "Obs" takes stock. 31 Deceased migrants The balance sheet has continued to grow in the day, reaching 31 people died in the evening, according to a statement from the Elysée.
Until then, France and the United Kingdom seemed to improve their collaboration to avoid a new drama in the waters of the Channel, but the letter from Boris Johnson to Emmanuel Macron, made public, accelerated the tension of relations and the Minister of the French Interior canceled the arrival of his British counterpart Prii Patel.
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Boris Johnson's letter is "indigent on the merits and displaced on the form," commented the spokesperson of the government, Gabriel Attal.
In this letter to the French President, the British Prime Minister asked the French President to take up migrants arriving in England from France, after an sinking in the Channel who saw 27 people losing their lives. "I propose that we put in place a bilateral readmission agreement to allow the return of all illegal migrants that cross the Channel", detailed Boris Johnson.
"True assassination in group": the poignant story of the rescuers intervened in the
Channel © Copyright 2021, Obs "It's a real assassination in group", "it's been a long time. 'alarm': in Calais, volunteers from the National Sea Rescue Society (SNSM) tell their intervention during the sinking in the round in which 27 migrants died on Wednesday.
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The meeting is still maintained with the European Commission and the Belgian, German and Dutch Ministers responsible for immigration to combat smugglers. "The problem exceeds our borders. That's why we will work on common solutions on Sunday with our European partners, "said Gérald Darmanin's entourage.
"The British government chooses to do domestic politics at a time when our only priority should be to avoid new dramas in the Channel. We regret it, "he continued in the Minister's entourage.
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Migrants crisis: the sled England to "take its share" .
© Louis Witter / Getty Images via AFP from left to right: European Internal Affairs Commissioner, YLVA Johansson, the Mayor of Calais, Natacha Bouchart, and The Minister of the Interior, Gérald Darmanin, Sunday in Calais. "Today, Great Britain must take its part." at the end of a European meeting in Calais, convened four days after the death of twenty-seven migrants in a shipwreck, the Minister of the Interior, Gérald Darmanin, invited "Our British friends" to " Collectively help us better figh