The French authorities started to remove street children from the camps of migrants in Calais. According to TV channel BFM TV, the first bus with 43 children left the camp, known as “the Jungle”, shortly before 8:30 local time, followed by others.

Teenagers delivered in different centres for the reception of migrants. In total from “the Jungle” will take about 1.5 thousand refugees were in the camp unaccompanied. For these purposes, French officials have allocated 30 buses.

The majority of children 13 to 17 years old, they are immigrants from Afghanistan and Sudan’s Darfur region, Reuters reports, citing data from charity Care for Calais. Photos of buses stopping for children, appeared in the Network.

Also the Internet was published a video, which shows how teenagers waiting for the bus singing and dancing, covered with blankets, apparently to keep warm.

The children are amazingly resilient – Despite all the uncertainty that lies ahead, they dance and sing while waiting for the buses! #Calais pic.twitter.com/LPgOHf3lZU



From the camp of migrants “Jungle” in Calais French began to take street children 02.11.2016

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