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  Posted on: Thursday, August 4, 2016
Armed French police deployed on Channel ferries
Homeland Security News Wire

Passenger ferries going between Britain and France are now being accompanied by armed sea patrols to protect them from jihadist attacks. In addition, marine gendarmes are now placed on ferries in the Channel and North Sea, as the two countries are in talks about allowing French security personnel togo on board ferries before the ferries leave English ports.


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