This Tuesday, the French National Assembly is to discuss legislation that would allow gay people to marry and have children. The issue has attracted a lot of attention, with several demonstrations taking place both in the "for" and "against" camps. Yet in neighbouring Spain - a country also known for its strong Catholic tradition - gay marriage has been legal since 2005, and today it barely raises an eyebrow among most Spaniards.
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For years, the northern French city of Calais has been a transit point for some of the world's most desperate people: migrants from countries like Syria, Eritrea, Afghanistan and...