Plus ça change.
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The deal reaffirms the existing Le Touquet agreement as the basis for co-operation between France and the UK.
The new French president’s committment to social justice has come in for questioning.
The new French president has been accused of racism over comments about Africa's 'civilisational' problems.
Memorial to early 1990s war in Sarajevo, Bosnia.
Everyone has forgotten there were almost as many asylum seekers in Europe in the early 1990s as today.
No checks, for now.
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The EU is tightening security on its own borders.
From Calais to the Mediterranean, Europe is failing the people who seek asylum there.
A tear gas cannister on the outskirts of the Calais camp.
The French and British governments have prioritised security over humanity for refugees in the Calais Jungle.
Arrivals in Croydon from the Calais Jungle.
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Scepticism beats back humanitarian response to unaccompanied minors arriving from Calais Jungle.
Dreams of a better life for those in the Calais Jungle camp.
An academic explains what it has been like running a storytelling course for migrants and refugees in the Calais camp.
Walls to prevent the movement of people have rarely worked.
The other side of the tracks: security remains tight at Calais.
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Calls to amend the Le Touquet treaty between Britain and France are growing louder.
Researchers explain how tolerance in Turin's Olympic village is helping refugees to help themselves.
Welcome Culture comes to Calais.
French efforts to dismantle the Jungle migrant camp are leaving crucial volunteer services at risk.
This informal settlement is a zone for experimentation: the results are both heartening, and confronting.
Hope for the future?
Conditions are getting worse at the migrant camps in France, which is leading to protest.
Saying it at last.
In just a few weeks, the people of Europe have been galvanised into supporting the refugees dying to reach their shores.
The UK and France have come up with a solution to the migrant crisis – stick up another new barrier.
Would you like to be turned away at the gate?
Ancient hospitality rituals could teach us a thing or two about how to respect the people arriving on our shores.
Minors are at risk.
Unaccompanied minors who claim asylum face a lottery where some are recognised as refugees and others have to go home when they turn 18.
Migrants rescued from a boat capsized off the coast of Libya in early August.
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The Dublin laws means states can return migrants to the country where they first arrived in Europe.
Migrants running on the shuttle tracks in August.
France's policy towards migrants has been to make them invisible – and criminalise their support networks.