Calais, France (CNN) Calais is changing fast. A year ago, the Jungle camp on the town's outskirts was a bustling makeshift village packed with migrants and refugees. Today, where tents and shelters once stood, only grasses and scrubby bushes remain. The site is being turned into a sanctuary of a very different kind: one that offers refuge to migrating birds. This site was once home to thousands of migrants and refugees hoping to reach the UK.
Paris (CNN) Emmanuel Macron will return to the birthplace of French democracy Monday in his latest attempt to reshape the nature of the French presidencyAmid the spectacular beauty and opulence of the Palace of Versailles, the French president will address leaders of both houses of parliament in a US-style State of the Union address.
Speaking at the Palace of Versailles, Macron told newly-elected members of the Assembly and Senate that France was ready to follow a "radically new path." Macron's La Republique En Marche Party achieved a huge majority by winning 308 of the 577 seats in the Assembly at last month's legislative election.He said the changes would have "positive effects on the general quality of parliamentary work. "The Senate has 348 members.This is a developing story....CNN's Melissa Bell reported from Versailles.
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