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English and French want to link their efforts to the tragedy of migrants

"France will not let the Channel become a cemetery". The words of the Head of State are particularly strong, but it should be remembered that they come when 27 migrants died Wednesday while trying to cross the Channel. In response to this new tragedy, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Emmanuel Macron agreed, in a telephone interview, "on the urgency of stepping up their joint efforts to prevent these deadly crossings and to do everything possible against them. gangs putting lives at risk ”. For his part, Prime Minister Jean Castex will hold an interministerial meeting this Thursday at 8:30 am on “migrant crossings in the Channel”. The Ministers of the Interior, Justice, Armies, the Sea, Transport, Foreign Affairs and the Secretary of State for Europe will be present.

Government wants to expand 3rd dose to all adults

If, to counter the 5th wave of coronavirus, no restrictive measure of freedom such as confinement is currently on the table in France, the third dose of vaccine seems to be emerging, the greater the number.

According to parliamentary and government sources, Olivier Véran should announce this afternoon at his press conference, the expansion of the vaccine booster to all French adults.

This decision could be applied in the coming weeks.

PSG beaten by City but qualified for the eighth of the C1

If the PSG qualified well on Wednesday for the eighth of the Champions League, the champagne will however remain cool.

Manchester City has indeed beaten Paris (2-1) and on the ground there is nothing to complain about as this victory is clean and clear.

If Kylian Mbappé, scorer between the legs of the goalkeeper (50th), believed to achieve the perfect deflection… Raheem Sterling (63rd) and Gabriel Jesus (77th) logically materialized the stranglehold of the players of Pep Guardiola, ultra-dominators throughout the match.

The copy is really muddled for the Parisians, who will no longer be entitled to this type of service during the last phase of the competition.


Emmanuel Macron affirms that "France will not let the Channel become a cemetery"


How Lille went about finding themselves at the gates of the round of 16

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