The port of Calais in France saw another wave of migrants swarming ferry ships to get into England. Express reports:
Witnesses said 100 migrants had broken through the perimeter of the port of Calais last night, at about 8.30pm. Passengers stuck on ships were told, preventing boats coming from Dover to dock. Two of the asylum-seekers trying to get to Britain fell into the sea, prompting a rescue. The Calais port remained closed for a little more than an hour, while concerned Britons were either trying to get on a UK-bound ship or attempting to reach France.
Among the ferries being delayed, there were the MS European Seaway and the Spirit of France, both P&O ferries, and the MS Côtes des Dunes, a ferry operated by DFDS Seaways.
The situation was brought under control just before 10pm.
But on Sunday morning four more immigrants were found hiding on the upper deck of the DFDS Seaways-owned MS Côtes des Dunes, French newspaper Nord Littoral wrote.
All these military-age men could easily be drowned in Mediterranean in their UN rafts.