Presidential candidate says suspects attempted to use 'weapons of mass destruction'
Jaber al-Bakr said 'big airport in Berlin' was 'better than trains'
I was told that the first indication of the date of the previous camp evictions in February was a local bin man disclosing the end date of his contract to collect rubbish in the south side of the camp. That eviction saw 3,000 refugees forced out of their shelters – this time, it will be 10,000
Camps are dangerous, dirty, cold, and mosquito-infested
'This will show what our neighbourhoods are really like – people usually see drugs and violence'
More than 144,000 people have reached Italy so far this year, compared to nearly 154,000 arrivals in the whole of 2015
It marks the 14th such death this year
British Red Cross says it has found failures at 'almost every point' in the process
Jacques Toubon has expressed 'deep concern' over the 'absence of provision' in place for vulnerable camp residents following demolition
Dozens of bodies have been recovered after refugees drown and suffocate to death on boat
Plus, The Forgotten Children (ITV): discovering the real people in the refugee crisis
Local authorities rejected an injunction filed by Calais mayor Natacha Bouchart
Mayor previously received several death and bomb threats
The Big Question: As French President Francois Hollande claims the camp in Calais will be closed by the end of the year - what will be the impact on residents?
He previously said women must undergo female genital mutilation to help curb male 'sexual weakness'
UK must 'play its part' in resolving migrant crisis, says French President