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a town in northern France on the Strait of Dover that serves as a ferry port to England

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The seven-yeaold Afghan called Ahmed had travelled from the Jungle camp in Calais, France.
CALAIS, France (TAP) - Demolition teams have moved in to the French port of Calais to dismantle more makeshift shelters in the migrant camp known as the "Jungle".
Doukanaris' shortlisted image, New House, is a haunting image of a young Eritrean woman sitting inside her tent in the infamous refugee camp in Calais, France.
The 29-year-old's remains were later moved to an unknown soldier grave in Bancourt Cemetery at Pas de Calais, France.
In Calais, France, a smaller Pegida rally of about 150 militants turned rowdy after protesters clashed with police, who dispersed the crowd with tear gas.
TEHRAN (FNA)- A British court has labeled the refugee camp in Calais, France, a "living hell".
Since September 5, 2015, she has been working as a volunteer in the refugee camp known as the 'Jungle' in Calais, France.
ANDREW BIRKETT knows the bare facts of his great uncle's life: Pte A Love; The Kings (Liverpool Regiment); died April 11, 1918, age 20, buried Chocques Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.
The UK is building a new fence around the Channel Tunnel terminal in Calais, France, for the same reason.
Then, in a later chapter, he describes how the Allies used those double agents to feed false data to the Germans about the Ghost Army, and how its men used props and sound effects to fool the Germans into expecting the Allied invasion of Europe to come at Calais, France, a few weeks after it actually would happen at Normandy in June 1944.
CALAIS, FRANCE " Imagine yourself in a sleepy French city by the Channel.
A CONVOY of 20 cars with emergency items for displaced people is heading to Calais, France, as part of a groundswell of public action taking place across the country in response to the growing refugee crisis.
According to the company, it proposes to close specific operations at its Calais, France site.
The trio are among an estimated 1,300 migrants from Africa, Asia and the Middle East--including an unknown number of Iranians--currently living rough in Calais, France, in the hope of making their way across the English Channel to Britain.