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PARIS — A five-day trip intended to burnish Vice President Kamala Harris's credentials on the global stage and soothe relations with America’s oldest ally instead went off without much notice as she faces new scrutiny about her future as a Democratic leader. © Provided by Washington Examiner French media coverage of Harris's visit was sparse and evidence of "Kamala-mania,” a term coined by one top development executive in town for a forum in which the vice president was the featured speaker, was hard to find. There were no local media interviews with Harris.
ZAGREB (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron said on Thursday that stronger European cooperation was needed after 27 migrants died a day earlier when their dinghy deflated as they made a perilous crossing of the English Channel.
"We need stronger European cooperation in this area. France is a transit country," Macron said during a press conference in Zagreb.
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"I will also say very clearly that our security forces are mobilised day and night," the president added.
France and Britain have traded blame over the worst accident of its kind on record in the waterway separating the two countries.
(Reporting by Lucien Libert; Writing by Dominique Vidalon and Ingrid Melander; Editing by Richard Lough)
Who might upset Macron's bid for a second term in office .
Who might upset Macron's bid for a second term in officeHowever, after a first term mired in social unrest - during which he took steps to liberalise France's labour laws, cut taxes on the wealthy and businesses and tried to reconfigure trans-Atlantic relations - the margins are tighter than the drubbing he delivered to the far right's Marine Le pen in 2017.