Migration crisis in the Channel: the roots of the tragedy
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On the front page of the press this Friday, November 26, the war of responsibilities between France and the United Kingdom after the death of at least 27 migrants, the new health restrictions in France in the face of Covid-19 and a Franco-Italian treaty already acclaimed.
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The obligation to agree. This is the appeal launched by The cross this Friday November 26. The Christian daily wonders after the death of 27 migrants during an attempt to cross the Channel. “These men and women drowned as if they were fugitives, delinquents”, indignant the daily in its editorial, calling for an in-depth review of the migration agreements between France and the United Kingdom.
Le Figaro for its part, looks at the network of smugglers, the main culprits of the tragedy according to the conservative daily. In its editorial, the newspaper points to the failure of policies in the countries of departure.
The Guardian is also interested in smuggling networks. Organized groups that charge thousands of euros to each person for an attempted crossing. Networks have been dismantled in France but they continue to be rife.
On the front lines of the Covid-19 epidemic in France, Release details the new health measures announced by the government, including the third dose for all adults and the reduction in the validity period of PCR tests. With a question: will this be enough to stem the fifth wave?
At last Libero examines the signing of an unprecedented cooperation agreement between France and Italy. The fruit of a long diplomatic work which should record advances in the industrial and migratory field. The liberal Italian daily specifies that the content of the text is unknown and wonders: Italy will really win or rather France? For the newspaper, Paris thus reinforces its weight in the Union against Germany.
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