Migrants’ Camps in Paris and Calais

More and more refugees from all over Africa find their way to Fortress Europe.   And every few months with new routes. Last weeks via Greek Holiday Islands like Lesbos and Kos.  But not only at the European Borders we have difficulties. News from Paris and Calais: 


French police dismantled last week a makeshift migrant camp that had popped up in the heart of the French capital, the latest sign of a major influx into Europe that France and other countries are struggling to contain.  About 380 migrants from Sudan, Eritrea and Somalia had set up tents under a subway bridge between La Chapelle and Barbes Rochechouart in northern Paris

 Around the same time, police dismantled two camps in and outside the port of Calais. Around 2,300 migrants - mostly from Sudan, Eritrea, Syria - live in the makeshift tent village in Calais, called “the jungle”.

The Geographical question.... Why there ??

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