The camp perched at the edge of the English Channel has doubled in size, a highly visible symbol of Europe’s inability to cope with the migrant influx.
CALAIS, France — The migrants from Afghanistan, Sudan, Eritrea and elsewhere keep coming. Almost 100 a day arrive at this dusty, ramshackle camp perched at the edge of the English Channel, just 31 miles from Britain, their ultimate goal.
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