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Fires Break Out as Calais 'Jungle' Migrant Camp Emptied - Daily Beast;

Fires Break Out as Calais 'Jungle' Migrant Camp Emptied - Daily Beast

Daily BeastFires Break Out as Calais 'Jungle' Migrant Camp EmptiedDaily Beastigrants look at burning makeshift shelters and tents in the "Jungle" on the third day of their evacuation and transfer to reception centers in France, as part of the dismantlement of the camp in Calais, France, October 26, 2016. French officials have ...and more »

Calais Jungle: Fires rage through camp as migrants torch shelters - CNN;

Calais Jungle: Fires rage through camp as migrants torch shelters - CNN

CNNCalais Jungle: Fires rage through camp as migrants torch sheltersCNNCalais, France (CNN) Migrants torched dozens of makeshift shelters in "The Jungle" refugee camp in France on Wednesday, sending raging fires through the heart of the settlement that firefighters were struggling to extinguish. Firefighters struggle to ...and more »

Calais Jungle closed: Hundreds of children remain unaccounted for despite official closure - The Independent;

Calais Jungle closed: Hundreds of children remain unaccounted for despite official closure - The Independent

The IndependentCalais Jungle closed: Hundreds of children remain unaccounted for despite official closureThe Independentpa-29015018.jpg Smoke rises over the Calais Jungle camp, as several large fires broke out in the near deserted migrant camp in northern France on the third day of the operation to clear it. PA. French authorities have announced the Calais Jungle is ...and more »

Calais Jungle: France to shut migrant camp 'by nightfall' - CNN;

Calais Jungle: France to shut migrant camp 'by nightfall' - CNN

CNNCalais Jungle: France to shut migrant camp 'by nightfall'CNNCalais, France (CNN) French officials have said they will officially close the migrant camp known as "The Jungle" by nightfall Wednesday and will begin bulldozing the settlement. France on Monday began the process of registering thousands of migrants ...and more »

Calais 'jungle' cleared - French authorities declare - africanews;

Calais 'jungle' cleared - French authorities declare - africanews

africanewsCalais 'jungle' cleared - French authorities declareafricanewsAuthorities in the French port of Calais say they have finished clearing the “jungle”, a shanty town outside the port inhabited by thousands of migrants trying to get to Britain. ADVERTISING. inRead invented by Teads. Authorities started moving the ...and more »

The Calais Jungle is a disgrace and must never be allowed to rise again - Telegraph.co.uk;

The Calais Jungle is a disgrace and must never be allowed to rise again - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukThe Calais Jungle is a disgrace and must never be allowed to rise againTelegraph.co.ukHistory is repeating itself. Fourteen years after the Sangatte refugee centre was shut, riot police and burning tents have returned to the fields of Calais. Most of the Jungle's occupants have agreed to leave peacefully, but some activists are ...and more »

Children in 'Jungle' Refugee Camp at Risk of Trafficking, Organizations Warn - ABC News;

Children in 'Jungle' Refugee Camp at Risk of Trafficking, Organizations Warn - ABC News

ABC NewsChildren in 'Jungle' Refugee Camp at Risk of Trafficking, Organizations WarnABC NewsChildren in the Jungle migrant camp in Calais, France, are living in unsafe conditions and are at risk of being trafficked by human smugglers as they wait to learn whether they will be taken to the United Kingdom, humanitarian organizations warn. The ...and more »

We may not have seen the last of the Calais Jungle - Telegraph.co.uk;

We may not have seen the last of the Calais Jungle - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukWe may not have seen the last of the Calais JungleTelegraph.co.ukAfter all, this is the second time in seven years that the authorities have dismantled a makeshift encampment near the town. And while its former residents are now being dispersed around France, who is to say thousands more will not arrive from Africa ...and more »

French authorities declare the Calais migrant camp empty - The Denver Post;

French authorities declare the Calais migrant camp empty - The Denver Post

The Denver PostFrench authorities declare the Calais migrant camp emptyThe Denver PostA man carries his belongings as smoke and flames rise from the tents, after fires were started in the makeshift migrant camp known as "the jungle" near Calais, northern France, Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016. Firefighters have doused several dozen fires set ...and more »

Calais jungle: Exploring the 'tradition' causing some migrants to burn their tents - Globalnews.ca;

Calais jungle: Exploring the 'tradition' causing some migrants to burn their tents - Globalnews.ca

Globalnews.caCalais jungle: Exploring the 'tradition' causing some migrants to burn their tentsGlobalnews.caFrench government officials were forced to speed up their evacuation of the Calais refugee camp Wednesday morning as the sprawling migrant camp known as “the Jungle,” in the northern French town of Calais, was engulfed in flames. Story continues below.and more »

Dozens of armed riot cops seen arriving at Calais Jungle as the notorious migrant camp goes up in flames - The Sun;

Dozens of armed riot cops seen arriving at Calais Jungle as the notorious migrant camp goes up in flames - The Sun

The SunDozens of armed riot cops seen arriving at Calais Jungle as the notorious migrant camp goes up in flamesThe SunSCORES of riot police were seen entering the Calais Jungle camp this afternoon as raging fires resulted in an emergency evacuation. Compagnies Républicaines de Sécurité officers stood guard as authorities began to demolish the notorious slum – with ...and more »

Meet The Refugee Who Says He Will Be The Last Man Left In Calais - BuzzFeed News;

Meet The Refugee Who Says He Will Be The Last Man Left In Calais - BuzzFeed News

BuzzFeed NewsMeet The Refugee Who Says He Will Be The Last Man Left In CalaisBuzzFeed NewsIbrahim finds us as we walk back towards the entrance of Calais' infamous migrant camp, nicknamed the "Jungle" by those inside. It's the last week of evictions of refugees and migrants and there has been a heavy armed police presence, with 700 ...and more »

French authorities declare Calais refugee camp empty - Aljazeera.com;

French authorities declare Calais refugee camp empty - Aljazeera.com

Aljazeera.comFrench authorities declare Calais refugee camp emptyAljazeera.comThousands fleeing war and persecution forced from temporary shelter as fears grow over fate of hundreds of lone minors. 27 Oct 2016 08:47 GMT. Listen to this page using ReadSpeaker. 0; All Social ...and more »

Calais Jungle Demolition Leaves Children Sleeping Rough As Fires Rage Across Camp - Huffington Post UK;

Calais Jungle Demolition Leaves Children Sleeping Rough As Fires Rage Across Camp - Huffington Post UK

Huffington Post UKCalais Jungle Demolition Leaves Children Sleeping Rough As Fires Rage Across CampHuffington Post UK'They've been told to go back to the camp but they can't because it's on fire'. 26/10/2016 14:58 | Updated 26 October 2016. 6.7k. Jack Sommers Assistant News Editor, HuffPost UK. Hundreds of unaccompanied children from the Calais jungle camp now have ...and more »

Calais Jungle Demolition Pictures: Chaos as Fires Blaze, Migrants May Return - Breitbart News;

Calais Jungle Demolition Pictures: Chaos as Fires Blaze, Migrants May Return - Breitbart News

Breitbart NewsCalais Jungle Demolition Pictures: Chaos as Fires Blaze, Migrants May ReturnBreitbart NewsFires continue to rage across the Jungle migrant camp in Calais today as the French authorities sent in bulldozers to clear the 'jungle' shantytown. Last night fire crews were pelted with stones and debris as they tried to help migrants injured by ...and more »

Apocalyptic scenes as Calais Jungle migrants burn tents with aid workers desperately battling to remove gas canisters - Mirror.co.uk;

Apocalyptic scenes as Calais Jungle migrants burn tents with aid workers desperately battling to remove gas canisters - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukApocalyptic scenes as Calais Jungle migrants burn tents with aid workers desperately battling to remove gas canistersMirror.co.ukPanic spread through the Calais Jungle camp as migrants sparked a series of massive fires that consumed much of the shantytown this morning. The refugees, mostly Afghan, torched their shacks before leaving the sprawling site to board buses. The Daily ...and more »

French authorities declare Calais migrant camp empty - Macleans.ca;

French authorities declare Calais migrant camp empty - Macleans.ca

Macleans.caFrench authorities declare Calais migrant camp emptyMacleans.caA migrants camped out in Calais, attempts to climb a security fence near refugee camp of Calais, France on August 3, 2015. (Mustafa Yalcin/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images). CALAIS, France — French authorities declared the Calais migrant camp known as ...and more »

This will not be the end of “The Jungle” - UN Dispatch;

This will not be the end of “The Jungle” - UN Dispatch

UN DispatchThis will not be the end of “The Jungle”UN DispatchThis week France started the long-awaited shutdown of the notorious Jungle refugee camp outside the city of Calais. Billed as a humanitarian measure, the eviction of nearly 7,000 refugees and asylum seekers in the camp is becoming just as controversial ...and more »

Calais: fears grow for dozens of children amid chaotic camp shutdown - The Guardian;

Calais: fears grow for dozens of children amid chaotic camp shutdown - The Guardian

The GuardianCalais: fears grow for dozens of children amid chaotic camp shutdownThe GuardianScores of unaccompanied children remain unaccounted for in an increasingly chaotic situation at the Calais refugee camp, where French authorities tried to declare that it would be completely cleared at the end of the day. Charities working at the site ...and more »

Calais 'Jungle' cleared of migrants, French prefect says - BBC News;

Calais 'Jungle' cleared of migrants, French prefect says - BBC News

BBC NewsCalais 'Jungle' cleared of migrants, French prefect saysBBC NewsFrance says that it has completed an operation to move thousands of migrants out of the "Jungle" camp in Calais. Fabienne Buccio, the prefect of Pas-de-Calais, said it was "mission accomplished" for the operation, which began on Monday. But charities ...and more »