France's Emmanuel Macron announces doubling of border police officers

Macron, speaking during a visit to France's border with Spain, said the increased controls would target illegal immigration amid "a growing terrorism threat".

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French police officers control the border crossing between Spain, ahead of a visit by French President Emmanuel Macron at Le Perthus, France November 5, 2020
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PARIS: France will bolster its border controls by doubling police numbers to 4,800, President Emmanuel Macron said on Thursday.

Macron, speaking during a visit to France's border with Spain, said the increased controls would target illegal immigration amid "a growing terrorism threat".
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