Welcome To ‘The Jungle,’ Where Thousands Of Migrants Have Pitched Their Tents

Welcome To ‘The Jungle,’ Where Thousands Of Migrants Have Pitched Their Tents

By Ari Shapiro

In the French town of Calais, some migrants are trying to build a sense of normality to the sprawling unofficial camp where thousands seek shelter.

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