France vows to maintain 'order' in Calais

A migrant stands next to a banner on January 23, 2016 in the French port city of Calais, northern France, during a demonstration to support the migrants and refugees who live in the 'jungle'French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve on Sunday vowed to maintain “order” in northern Calais, a day after dozens of migrants boarded a ferry triggering the temporary closure of the key port. “The government is completely determined to ensure public order is maintained in Calais,” Cazeneuve said. A day earlier, some 30 to 40 migrants briefly boarded the moored “Spirit of Britain” ferry in the French port in an attempt to reach Britain, before police removed them from the ship.

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