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Migrants walk near tents in the "New Jungle" makeshift camp in Calais, northern France
13/11/2015 - FRANCE

Support grows for UK aid worker caught smuggling child from French migrant camp

Public support is growing in France for a British aid worker who is facing jail time in France.
British Prime Minister David Cameron in a speech on the reform of the EU, 10 November 2015.

Cameron walks thin line in UK's EU renegotiations

Prime Minister David Cameron laid out his government’s terms for remaining in the European Union (EU) on Tuesday, as he seeks to renegotiate Britain’s membership ahead of a referendum to ...
Fortune favours the online celebrity
08/11/2015 - International media

Fortune favours the online celebrity

This week's edition looks at the rise of social media stars, and how their online fame is paying huge dividends - turning what may have started out as a hobby into big business.



French press review 7 November 2015

Ebola-free Sierra Leone not off the hook as trauma lives on; France orders major border controls for COP 21 summit, but experts warn of encroachments on Schengen treaty; And Aung San Suu Kyi's hour ...

French press review 6 November 2015

Western countries spark diplomatic clash with Russia and Egypt after linking Sinai aircrash to a terrorist attack; EU Commission adopts conciliatory tone in a forecast of France's inability to meet ...
Members of the same family living at the Calais migrant camp known as the "Jungle"
03/11/2015 - FRANCE

France, Britain to improve Calais migrant camp response

France and the UK have signed an agreement to tackle people smuggling networks on both sides of the English Channel.
French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve visits Calais on 21 October 2015
22/10/2015 - FRANCE

French interior minister Cazeneuve promises heated tents for Calais migrant camp

French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve has made his seventh trip this year to a migrant camp in the town of Calais in northern France.
The "new jungle", a field where migrants and asylum seekers stay in Calais
03/10/2015 - FRANCE - UNIted kingdom

Channel Tunnel reopens after migrant incursion

Traffic through the Channel Tunnel gradually resumed on Saturday morning after being suspended because over 100 migrants penetrated the complex from the French side.
Kenya's deputy president William Ruto says he wants to bring in new laws to crack down on Kenyan drugs cheats.
02/10/2015 - athletics

Two Kenyan athletes banned over doping offences

Two Kenyan athletes have been suspended for taking illicit drugs, the country's athletics federation announced on Friday.
Britain and Belgium reach Davis Cup final
25/09/2015 - Sports Insight

Britain and Belgium reach Davis Cup final

In this week's Sports Insight, Paul Myers looks at Britain and Belgium who reached the Davis Cup final of the men's tennis team competition last weekend following victories over Australia and ...