London and Paris in shock after the most terrible migratory tragedy in the Channel




<p> An RNLI lifeboat on a beach at Dungeness, on the south-east coast of England, November 24, 2021 </p>
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<p class=The death of 27 migrants on Wednesday in the sinking of their boat in the English Channel, an unprecedented tragedy on this migratory route, caused a shock wave in London and Paris, who agreed on « the urgency » to intensify the fight against this traffic after weeks of tension.

The head of state Emmanuel Macron had initially announced a death toll of 31, but it was revised downwards by the Ministry of the Interior.

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