1st October 2016 – Jungle residents flea as French riot police fire tear gas at a Calais Jungle demonstration on Saturday 1st October 2016.
Migrants wait to be evacuated by French riot police from a temporary makeshift camp at the ‘Avenue de Flandre’ in the North of Paris, France, 16 September 2016. The migrants’ situation is reported to be still problematic, noticeably in Paris, as thousands of migrants are on their way to Calais from where they hope to enter Britain. Many of them return from Calais to Paris and settle in the French capital
A man walks through the jungle migrant camp in Calais, France
French police on Friday evacuated several thousand migrants from a makeshift camp in northeastern Paris, just over one week after thousands were moved from a larger camp in Calais.
Paris Streets See Influx of Migrants After ‘Jungle’ Camp Evictions
France prepares to remove thousands of migrants from streets of Paris as numbers grow after Calais ‘Jungle’ demolition
Migrants burned toilet blocks and hurled stones at security forces in protest at the plans to dismantle the camp.
The Socialist government says it is closing the camp, home to 6,500 migrants fleeing war and poverty, on humanitarian grounds. It plans to relocate them to 450 centers across France.
French police clash with protesters backing Calais migrants
Police operation creates tension in Paris migrant camp
France Dismantles ‘The Jungle’ in Calais
French riot police in battle with Calais migrants, in pictures
Apocalyptic scenes as Calais Jungle migrants burn tents with aid workers desperately battling to remove gas canisters