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Published on Oct 24, 2016
Clashes have erupted between French police and refugees near the so-called Jungle camp in the port city of Calais as the government is preparing to close it.
Police used tear gas against the asylum seekers who were throwing stones. Meanwhile, aid workers accused France and Britain of failing more than 1300 unaccompanied child refugees holed up in the camp. Charities operating there said the two countries are very slowly processing the papers of children fleeing war-hit countries. Most refugees at the camp want to get to Britain. But under the French plan, they will be relocated to other centers across the country.