English Channel

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an arm of the Atlantic Ocean that forms a channel between France and Britain

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1 million viewers on beIN SPORTS en Espanol and 1 million viewers on the English channel throughout the first stage of Copa America.
Many people in Pontypridd are so proud that she was the first Welsh lady to cross the English channel.
It was the third clash in 48 hours between migrants massing in Calais in a bid to cross the English Channel to Britain, their numbers swelling in summer months to more than 1,000.
1912: American Harriet Quimby (pictured) became the first woman to fly across the English Channel.
Project Location: Alderney in the English Channel, France
SCIENTISTS studying the multi-million-pound scallop industry have sailed with fishermen in the English Channel as they seek ways to sustainably manage our seas in the future.
Announcing her death, a message from Taylor's sister posted on Facebook said: "Whilst attempting to swim the English Channel yesterday my sister, Susan, collapsed suddenly in the water.
21 ( ANI ): Pakistan's state television, PTV, has announced the launch of a new PTV English channel by January 2013.
1912: American Harriet Quimby became the first woman to fly the English Channel.
Summary: New footage shows that a large section of Dover's famous white cliffs has broken away and landed in the English Channel.
1951: The British submarine, Affray, sank in the English Channel with the loss of 75 lives.
The English Channel Pedal Boat is produced with a 6 Ml, 0.
Oceans' odyssey; deep-sea shipwrecks in the English Channel, Straits of Gibraltar and Atlantic Ocean.
Some believed if they managed to reach the UK they might be able to fly home today, however, even getting across the English Channel by boat or train was proving extremely difficult.
Love helped American Eagle Federal Credit Union Board Vice Chairman Raymond Gandy enter the record books by successfully swimming the English Channel.