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Deutsche Bank and the government in Berlin have had to play a delicate balancing act, who is said to be at large.They met in 1973 during Jerry’s third year at the University of North Dakota and found in each other a deep understanding of the trauma they’d experienced.K.” he says “But a lot of people have changed their minds” Scenes From the ‘Jungle’ Migrant Camp Evictions Near Calais Migrants line up to register at a processing center in the makeshift migrant camp known as "the Jungle" near Calais northern France on Oct 24 2016 Emilio Morenatti—AP Migrants begin to leave the squalid "Jungle" camp which authorities began to dismantle this week in a bid to move thousands of inhabitants elsewhere in Calais northern France on Oct 24 2016 Eric Bouvet—Getty Images Migrants sit inside a tent as they are registered at a processing center in the makeshift migrant camp known as "the Jungle" near Calais northern France on Oct 24 2016 Emilio Morenatti—AP Migrants wait for buses to reception centers across France during the dismantling of the "Jungle" camp in northern Calais on Oct 24 2016 Philippe Huguen—AFP/Getty Images A wristband is attached to a migrant at a processing center in the makeshift migrant camp known as "the Jungle" near Calais northern France on Oct 24 2016 Emilio Morenatti—AP Police officers control a line as migrants line up to register at a processing center in the makeshift migrant camp known as "the Jungle" near Calais northern France on Oct 24 2016 Emilio Morenatti—AP Migrants line up to register at a processing center in the makeshift migrant camp known as "the Jungle" near Calais northern France on Oct 24 2016 Emilio Morenatti—AP Migrants board buses outside the "Jungle" migrant camp dismantled this week by authorities headed to refugee centers around France at a reception point in Calais on Oct 24 2016 Jack Taylor—Getty Images Migrants hug each other in the makeshift migrant camp known as "the Jungle" near Calais northern France on Oct 24 2016 Thibault Camus—AP 1 of 9 Advertisement In interviews in Jungle early on Monday many residents said they were prepared to leavedespite the uncertainty of where they might end up Some described a strong sense of fatigue after months of hair-raising attempts to sneak into Britain which included being chased repeatedly by French police Awal the Ethiopian teenager showed six stitches in his right hand where he had tried to climb over a tall fence in Calais that cordons off the Jungle from the highway “We are too tired to try more” said Rasool Khan 28 from Afghanistan “Our goal was England But if we cannot reach that goal we will stay in France The Jungle is over” Omid Hashimi Khan’s cousin traveling with him said he was 17 but had told French officials he was 18a legal adultso that they would not separate him from Khan The two had traveled through Pakistan Iran and Turkey before crossing nine European borders until they reached Calais in July “We will see what is next” he said French officials said they hoped to move about 3000 people by day’s end and thousands more in the days ahead The 1300 children will face intense questioning by both French and British officials in the warehouse to determine whether they are in reality under 18 and so entitled to automatic government protection as children If they can prove they have family in Britain they will be transferred there say officials while the rest will return to the Jungle to sleep in containers while their asylum claims are processed Yet few migrants have so far been accepted into the UK Help Refugees said Monday the British Home Office had not been able to register about 49 children under 13 living in the Calais camp who are eligible for settlement in Britain under the so-called Dubs Amendment passed earlier this year which obligates the country to take in the most vulnerable children The group said the camp’s smallest residents were “being forced to remain in the Calais camp itself amidst all the confusion and chaos“ By noon thousands of migrantsvirtually all menhad filled the huge registration warehouse There French officials divided them into adults and children The adults were hurriedly shown a rough map of France and asked to pick a region to go to an entirely random process “I chose Brittany Is that a good place” one Sudanese man asked TIME referring to France’s Western coastline From there coach buses ferried the Jungle’s residents across France to Burgundy Normandy the central Loire Valley and other parts While many had hoped to go to Paris officials said the French capitalwhere hundreds of refugees are sleeping in tents on the streetswas not an option Scattered across France the 7000 or so adults bused out of the Jungle this week could face arrest if they try to return to the area according to French officials “There is a real determination by the government not to create a new Jungle” says Didier Leschi Director General of France’s Office of Immigration and Integration or OFII talking to TIME in Calais on Monday “I think people are making a mistake trying to stay in Calais” It is still unknown where Awal will finally find sanctuary; he says he cannot return home where the military killed his father and has arrested his two brothers “The Jungle has been the worst of all the journey because this is Europe” says the slight-built teenager as he left the camp behind for the last time “When we hear about Europe in our country we think about democracy we think they will protect us” Contact us at [email protected] it was a case of do or die.
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