Migrants drowned in the English Channel: two decades of failure and tensions between Paris and London

The English Channel is becoming what the Mediterranean has been for years: an open tomb for migrants. The deaths of at least 27 of them – 17 men, 7 women and 3 children – off the French coast on Wednesday is just the worst toll of a problem that has been increasing for three years. According to Guardian, which cites British government sources, at least 14 people have drowned since 2018, before this recent tragedy.


Migrants drowned English Channel decades failure tensions Paris London

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