Paris Migrants Say Britain's Not for Them
Many migrants who come to Europe see Britain as their ultimate goal. But some prefer to avoid the danger of crossing the channel and stop in France. That's the case for nearly 300 migrants - mostly from Sudan and Afghanistan - who occupy, since the end of July, a high school in the northeast of Paris, just a stone throw from the French capital's center. Bloomberg's Caroline Connan met with two of them, who are hoping to get asylum in France.