French authorities have continued demolishing a migrant camp in Calais. The camp -- known as 'the Jungle' - has been a temporary home to thousands of migrants, including several hundred teenagers, trying to reach Britain.
The two men were each sentenced to 30 months jail after admitting making several flights to England carrying migrants. They were caught earlier this week leaving an aerodrome close to the port town of Calais.
An ex-supporter of France's anti-immigrant National Front has escaped punishment for helping her Iranian lover cross the channel on a rickety boat. Her unusual love story might now be turned into a movie.
A huge fire has partially destroyed the Grande-Synthe migrant camp close to Dunkirk in northern France. Many of its residents moved from the Calais "Jungle" when it closed in October.
French officials have said they completed work to get all people out of the migrant camp near the northern city of Calais. A handful of migrants forced to leave the shantytown had set parts of the camp alight overnight.
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