Families leave Calais Jungle for new life in south of France



A coach-load of migrant and refugee families has left the Calais camp known as the Jungle before bulldozers move in to demolish makeshift homes in the slum.
Young children were among those who boarded the coach on the camp's fringe before it took them to communities in the south of France to start a new life.
Among the first to claim a seat was Naqeebullah Noorzada, 44, from Afghanistan, who was with his three children aged eight, six and 10, and his sister-in-law.
He said he reached the Jungle after paying a people-smuggler 30,000 US dollars to get his family out of his war-torn country... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 35
Source: Belper News
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