A body recovered by British investigators from the submerged wreckage of a plane that went down in the Channel has been identified as that of footballer Emiliano Sala.
Investigators recovered a body from the wreckage of a plane carrying Argentine footballer Emiliano Sala in the Channel and transported it to Britain for identification.
The boat bringing the body recovered from the wreckage of a plane carrying Argentine footballer Emiliano Sala in the Channel docks in southern England. IMAGES of the boat
Horacio Sala, father of Argentine footballer Emiliano Sala, reacts after investigators found the wreckage of a plane that disappeared in the Channel two weeks ago carrying his son and his pilot, and that a body had been spotted inside.
Guernsey Coast Guard announce they end their search for Premier League player Emiliano Sala, three days after his plane went missing over the Channel. SOUNDBITE
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Across the Channel, most British people have little interest in France’s “yellow vest” movement. And while some understand their demands, many are surprised by the acts of violence that have taken place on the Champs-Elysées.
Truck drivers on both sides of the Channel have voiced concerns about post-Brexit chaos at the UK-France border. The stakes are high on the British side, especially in Dover, where 10,000 heavy goods vehicles arrive every d ay in a perfectly orchestrated symphony of comings and goings.
Scallop fishermen in the Normandy region of France express hopes and fears about the future of their trade as Brexit threatens to redraw battle lines in the Channel.
They’re tacky and kitsch, but Santa loves them. And now, Christmas jumpers are finally making their way to France, after a resurgence in their popularity on the other side of the Channel.