Living In ‘The Jungle,’ Migrants In France Seek A Permanent Home

Living In ‘The Jungle,’ Migrants In France Seek A Permanent Home

Some 3,000 migrants from the Middle East and North Africa are now camping out in the port city of Calais. Celine Schmitt of the United Nations refugee agency discusses their plight.

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