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Calais 'Jungle' camp evacuation: Where will they go?

Between 6,000 and 8,000 refugees and migrants living in the Calais "jungle" camp to be moved to shelters across France.

Alia Chughtai | | Refugees, Europe, France, Refugee Crisis, Desperate Journeys

Between 6,000 and 8,000 refugees and migrants who are currently living in the so-called Calais "jungle" camp in northern France will be moved during the coming days. 

The refugees and migrants will be relocated to shelters all across France, and some underage camp residents will be going to the United Kingdom, where they will be reunited with their families who are already living there.

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Where will they go?

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Source: Al Jazeera And Agencies

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