A dock strike paralyzed the port of Saint-Malo

A Dock Strike Paralyzed the Port of Saint-Malo

Due to a strike by dockers in Saint-Malo, the shipping company Condor Ferries canceled its crossings to Jersey, Guernsey and Poole until Sunday, December 3rd 2017. Brittany Ferries also canceled its St. Malo crossings / Portsmouth. Maritime traffic is interrupted to Jersey from Friday, December 1 afternoon due to a dock strike in the port […]

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The ferry port at Calais was closed for an hour and a half due to migrants in the water, trying to board the ferry

Calais: Port Stopped for an Hour and a half Because of Migrants in Water

MIGRANTS: The traffic resumed shortly before 4am … They tried to swim to the docks of the car ferries. The traffic of the port of Calais was completely interrupted for an hour and a half in the night from Friday to Saturday because of migrants spotted in the water, we have learned from sources. The […]

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Ferries have been running behind schedule at Caen due to dockers action

Port of Caen: Another Ferry Delayed this Afternoon

After the Mont-Saint-Michel this morning the Normandie should be delayed in the afternoon, due to the movement of dockworkers at Caen. This morning the Brittany Ferries boat, the Mont-Saint-Michel departed from the port of Caen-Ouistreham two hours behind schedule. The dockers protests also disrupts departures this afternoon. The boat, Normandie will leave around 6.30 pm instead […]

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The ferry is about to leave, in the port of Ouistreham. In the foreground, two barriers, migrants, attracted by Britain, want to cross. | Laurent Neveu

Ouistreham: We Want to Discourage New Migrants

Fleeing the “jungle” of Calais, migrants flock to the Northern port of Caen, Ouistreham in recent weeks. Their goal, to get to England. Since the beginning of 2016, new migrants arrive in numbers in Ouistreham, the port north of Caen (Calvados). A direct consequence of tighter conditions in the “jungle” of Calais. Their goal?  To […]

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2000 protestors in Calais were there to support for better conditions for migrants

Events in Calais, 2000 People Protest to Support Migrants

English, French, Belgians, Italians … About 2000 people demonstrated Saturday afternoon in Calais (Pas-de-Calais) to support the camp of migrants “Jungle”. These protesters demanding “reception conditions worthy”.  Politicians  have also participated in this event, including the former far-left candidate for president Philippe Poutou (NPA). Health emergency “There are humanitarian emergency. We must offer a welcome […]

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