Shots fired at centre where France wants to rehouse Calais migrants

Shots were fired at a planned migrant centre in the French seaside resort town of Saint Brevin overnight, an attack the housing minister called "an act of extreme racism".
Bullets smashed windows in the building on France's western coast, one of a number of properties across the country where the government is planning to rehouse people moved out of the crowded "Jungle" refugee camp in Calais, said officials.
In another sign of resistance to the rehousing plan, the mayor of the southern village of Allex sought to hold a local referendum on whether to accept its... read more

6 October 2016 in World News, Views: 31
Source: Reuters

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