France's neighbours, including UK, could do more to tackle human trafficking -Darmanin


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PARIS - French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin said on Thursday that Britain, Belgium and Germany could do more to help France tackle the illegal migrants and the human trafficking issues.

Speaking after 27 migrants died Wednesday when their dinghy deflated as they made a perilous crossing of the English Channel, Darmanin said again on RTL radio that those migrants were "often attracted" by Britain's labour market.

 

(Reporting by Benoit Van Overstraeten; Editing by Sudip-Kar-Gupta)

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