Traffic resumed through the Channel Tunnel connecting Britain and France early Saturday several hours after being suspended when 113 migrants entered the French side of the tunnel complex, the company operating it said.
A Eurostar train coming from England entered the tunnel at 8:05am (0605 GMT), a Eurotunnel spokeswoman told AFP, saying that full services would resume gradually.
The tunnel had been closed shortly after midnight (2230 GMT) when a crowd of migrants stormed the entrance to the tunnel near the northern port city of Calais.
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