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Migrants: Exiled on the streets of Paris

© Christophe Archambault, AFP | Migrants wait during the evacuation of a camp near Stalingrad Metro on September 16

Text by Avi DAVIS

Latest update : 2016-10-04

Between 1,000 and 2,000 asylum-seekers living on the streets of Paris were rounded up and taken to temporary shelters on September 16. But city officials, NGOs and activists agree that France's current policy on housing migrants is untenable.

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Date created : 2016-10-03

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