Two more suspected illegal immigrants have been arrested after walking through the Channel Tunnel to reach Britain.
The two Iranians reached Folkestone, Kent, after walking through the 31-mile tunnel.
Kent Police said Payam Moradi Mirahessari, 25, and Farein Vahdani, 20, have been charged after being detained on Saturday afternoon.
They are accused of obstructing an engine or carriage using the railway, and were remanded in custody when they appeared at Medway Magistrates' Court.
In August, a 40-year-old suspected illegal immigrant from Sudan completed the same journey by walking through the tunnel.
Thirteen have died attempting to cross the Channel since the start of the crisis in June. The latest was an Eritrean man in his 20s who was hit by a freight train last week.