yesterday's death comes after 2000 migrants attempted enter the eurotunnel on monday night. british home secretary teresa may met with french officials tuesday to discuss the growing number of migrants crossing into europe and through the eurotunnel into england as they flee violence in africa, syria and iraq. secretary teresa may spoke about the plans to increase security measures. secretary may: we agreed we will work together to return migrants typically to west africa to ensure that the journey does not lead to them coming to europe and being able to settle in europe. the french government has been putting in extra resources and the u.k. government will be pushing it up to 7 million pounds more to ensure the security of the euro tunnel. amy: in news from the dominican republic, hundreds of haitians rallied and protested to demand the return of over $100,000, which they say was paid to secure immigration papers that never arrived. earlier this year, the dominican republic stripped hundreds of thousands of haitians of their legal status and announced that it would begin de
migrants desperate to reach england have made attempts to enter the eurotunnel. at least 1,500 migrants tried to storm the tunnel from the beverage french side. one was found dead. >> david cameron is saying that both countries are working to increase security at the tunnel. >> this is very concerning as you said. we're working closely with the french. the home secretary met with the interior minister. we invested money in the fencing around calais. we are putting fencing around the entrance at the tunnel. we're doing everything we can. >> the latest attempt follows a similar one late monday night, when tunnel officials say about 2,000 migrants tried to enter the eurotunnel in france. the british freight transportation administration released a statement saying the migrant situation has become, i'm quoting here, a national emergency. >> many syrians caught up in that country's civil war, dream of a future across the mediterranean in europe. >> if they have the money, smugglers can get them there. arwa damon is investigating the lucrative trade. here's our report.
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