. >> reporter: this is the existing fence around the eurotunnel complex. you can see reinforced barbed wire more barbed wire at the top. it looks like people have forced their way through, cut open the wire. apart from the sign that says danger of death. in several african and middle eastern languages warning people not to go through. beyond there's more barbed wire and a second fence, and reinforcements at the top of the second fence. you'd have to be really determined do get through here and board one of those trains like the one going past now. >> shortly afterwards a team arrived to repair the hole. so the game of cat and mouse goes on. the real action happens after dark when migrants hope it will be easier to get across undetected. on this occasion the french police kept them out. outside calais hospital i met a syrian man who would not show his face. he tried to jump on to a ship and slipped. he's been well treated in the hospital. but he is plotting how to get to england. when i am better in health and go outside the hospital i try again to arrest.
one man was killed by a truck as 1500 tried to get into the eurotunnel overnight. monday fight 2,000 migrants tried to enter the terminal near the port of calais. thousands have been camp in calais for months hoping to get into the u.k. >> reporter: we are working closely with the french. the home secretary met with the french interior minister we invested money around calais and put fencing under the entrance about the tunnel. we are doing everything we can. the home secretary is chairing a meeting. making sure that everything that can be done working with the french is being done. >> there's more to come on the show. >> imp including -- including a fight to join i.s.i.l. including summer training camps. >> science fiction is fact. leading scientists issue a warning over the robot arms race. >>> hello again, i'm martine dennis these are the stop stories. turkish jets targeted kurdish fighters in the south-east. the first time that p.k.k. fighters have been attacked inside turkey. n.a.t.o. backs turkey's fight against i.s.i.l. and urged it not to abandon peace prot
. >> reporter: british workmen are in france reinforcing defenses around the eurotunnel complex. they hope it will be enough to keep migrants out and stop them boarding trucks and trains to get across the channel. the newspapers are shrill. something must be done to keep migrants out. the french is not up to the job. the prime minister sensitive to the mood at home used insensitive language to describe the situation in calais. >> this is very testing, i accept that. you have a swarm of people coming across the mediterranean, seeking a better life, wanting to come to britain. they have jobs, an economy, it's an incredible place to live. we need to protect the borders by working hand in glove with the french. >> reporter: this is the fence, reinforced barbed wire, barbed wire at the top. it looks as if people have forced their way through, cut open the fire. above is a sign danger of death in several african, asian, middle eastern languages, warning people not to go through. beyond, there's more barbed wire, and a second fence. and again, reinforcements at the top of the fence. you
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