Migrants return to Calais - set up new camps

 
Migrants return to Calais - set up new camps
In October, French authorities started the job of clearing the notorious migrant camp "the Jungle" in the French port city of Calais.

Many of the migrants were transported away from the camp to asylum centers around the country. Many were also sent to the UK - which is the goal for the migrants in Calais. Of those, many "children" came, which raised eyebrows:

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Several of those who chose not to be transported away, and newly arrived migrants, now return to the port city in northern France, writes the British newspaper the Independent, which has visited the city.

It is uncertain how many migrants who are still in Calais, but according to the newspaper, they are already hundreds.

- There are more and more people coming back. This week there has been several dozen people arrive. I suppose it will grow more in the coming months, says Julien Muller, a volunteer for the organization Terre d'Errances, to the Independent.

The refugees have not yet gathered into one camp, but several small ones. According to the British newspaper, it is about at least six "secret" camps in the region.

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