Migrants had effectively hi-jacked the train by laying on the tracks and climbing on the trains roof. Passengers were forced to sit in pitch blackness while authorities took action.
The train was bound for the UK from Calais, France.
The number of legitimate passengers affected was about 1,000. At least four trains were delayed reports say.
• Hundreds of thousands of migrants are invading Western Europe, ostensibly to escape violence and poverty in Africa. To our knowledge no Arab nations are accepting refugees, nor are East Asian countries. But white-dominated countries as far as Iceland are participating in the refugee acceptance program.
Germany has reportedly accepted 800,000 African migrants year-to-date.
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Chaotic scenes and 16 hour delays hit London-bound Eurostar services overnight as migrants climbed on to the roof of an 186mph train and attempted to break into train carriages.
Passengers on board one train stranded near Calais are understood to have threatened to smash the windows after a power outage left the sweltering carriage in total darkness for five hours.
The power failure also saw those on board left without air conditioning and unable to communicate with Eurostar staff before the stricken train eventually returned to Paris.
As they searched in vain for the migrants, Eurostar staff went as far as making the bizarre move of appealing to passengers to listen out for the sound of movement on the roofs of the trains.
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