Syrian children sit during class a barn that has been converted into a makeshift school to teach internally displaced children from areas under government control, in a rebel-held area of Daraa, in southern Syria on November 10, 2016.
France began the mass evacuation Monday of the makeshift “jungle” migrant camp in Calais, a mammoth project to erase the humanitarian blight on its northern border, where thousands fleeing war or poverty have lived in squalor, most hoping to sneak into Britain. Some 7,000 people are estimated to be living in the camp, which has become a symbol of Europe’s refugee crisis.
About 4,000 people from Syria, Sudan and other countries are estimated to be camped out in a migrant camp in Calais, France as they try to reach Britain. Some migrants have moved recently into new facilities, but most are still sleeping in what’s been called Europe’s biggest slum.
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