Weekend Reads Calais. A migrant camp again dismantled
The cocaine breads stranded on the beaches attracts many curious in the Pas-de-Calais
© Archives Ouest-France The Surveillance and Intervention Platoon of the National Gendarmerie carefully monitors the beaches of the coast of the coast. 'Opal. Photo Stock Illustration. several kilos of cocaine were found by walkers between Audresselles (Pas-de-Calais) and the gray-nose cap. Since Saturday, September 11, the beaches are very supervised by the police because these discoveries attract many curious from neighboring regions, as the local media have observed.
A migrant camp installed in Calais (Pas-de-Calais) was dismantled this Tuesday, September 14th. A total of 86 people were supported.
dismantled this Tuesday, September 14 a camp of a hundred migrants to , in an ex-commercial zone already evacuated twice since June, announced the prefecture of the , opposite the formation of "fixing points" migrants on the coast.
"For several weeks, a hundred migrants have been installed on the Rosnelière site, located in Calais" , causing "serious problems of security, safety and tranquility" , according to a statement of the prefecture.
Greece. Fire in the Vathy migrant camp on the island of Samos
© Angelos Tzortzinis / AFP This camp is home to another 300 people who were all transferred Monday morning to a new reception and reception center. A major fire broke out Sunday night in the Vathy camp on the island of Samos in Greece, which houses 300 migrants who were to be transferred on Monday to a new reception center. A major fire was reported Sunday night in the Vathy migrant camp on Samos's Greek Island, we learned from a camp manager.
86 Persons supported
seized by the owners of the two grounds concerned, the Court of Boulogne-sur-Mer rendered deportation orders. The prefect then "decided to grant the public force assistance to this sector" to lead the expulsion.
The operation took place in the calm and " 86 people (including four women and 10 children) were taken care of and sheltered in various accommodation structures of the department" , indicates the prefecture.
A previous dismantling in early July
On July 9, the police had dismantled a migrant camp on the same former commercial area in construction, close to the Calais Hospital. Nearly 130 of them had been oriented towards different reception structures.
Some 500 migrants, including Sudanese and Iranians, were also expelled in early June.
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Hundreds of migrants still present in the Calais region
nearly five years after the dismantling of the "Jungle" of Calais, hundreds of migrants are constantly present on the North Coast and Pas-de-Calais. , in the hope of going to England.
crossings, successful or intercepted, on board small boats, have reached records this summer, with some 1500 the migrants involved between January 1 and August 31.
The United Kingdom has hardened its
position the British government, which has had the hardening of the fight against immigration a priority from Brexit, raised the tone last week against France, demanding "results" .
It is "not less audible to hear that France would not honor its commitments" , rossed the French Ministry of the Interior, according to which the workforce on the coastline have more than doubled, with 670 policemen and gendarmes. .
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