Fears for dozens of children after France's 'Jungle' cleared

France’s infamous “Jungle” was cleared of thousands of migrants in a massive operation that wrapped up Wednesday, but aid groups said dozens of unaccompanied children were not guaranteed a bed for the night. “Unregistered minors are wandering around, lost, wondering where they will spend the night,” said Samuel Hanryon, spokesman for Doctors Without Borders (MSF). The warning came as the abandoned slum outside the port of Calais smouldered from countless fires set by departing migrants, causing many to flee without their possessions.

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