Migrants stood Wednesday near the camp known as the Calais jungle in northern France. Britain and France are fortifying control of the Channel Tunnel and boosting intelligence efforts against traffickers as they try to dissuade thousands of migrants trying to make the illegal and sometimes deadly undersea journey to British shores.
Migrants stood Wednesday near the camp known as the Calais jungle in northern France. Britain and France are fortifying control of the Channel Tunnel and boosting intelligence efforts against traffickers as they try to dissuade thousands of migrants trying to make the illegal and sometimes deadly undersea journey to British shores. Michel Spingler The Associated Press
Migrants stood Wednesday near the camp known as the Calais jungle in northern France. Britain and France are fortifying control of the Channel Tunnel and boosting intelligence efforts against traffickers as they try to dissuade thousands of migrants trying to make the illegal and sometimes deadly undersea journey to British shores. Michel Spingler The Associated Press

For luckless migrants washing up on Europe’s shores, the voyage is terrifying

September 05, 2015 08:00 AM