French police forcibly clear huge Paris migrant camp where more than 2,000 people lived in tents

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Around 2,400 migrants, most of them young men from the Middle East and Africa, set fire to their camp under the A1 in Saint-Denis in the northern suburbs of Paris last night. ▶ Full story on dailymail.co.uk
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