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Tighter security in Calais won’t solve the problem – The Independent

One is France’s fourth-busiest port and the other is the capital of a small African nation scarred by poverty and repression.

Yet it is impossible to separate the fates of Calais and Asmara, cities divided by more than 3,200 miles, as the misery of everyday life in Eritrea is in stark evidence across the English Channel.

Source: www.independent.co.uk

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