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Over 1,400 people -- including almost 100 children -- were removed from a migrant camp in northern Paris on Tuesday morning | Photo: Picture-Alliance/dpa
Tarya, an undocumented migrant from Cameroon, Ami, an asylum seeker from Ivory Coast, and Matoumona, a, asylum seeker from DR Congo take part in the weekly workshop run by Du Pain & des Roses. Lucile (right) is one of the florists teaching them the art of floral decoration | Photo: Mehdi Chebil
The evacuation of the make-shift migrant camp at Porte de la Villette in northen Paris on January 31, 2019 | Photo: Reuters, file picture
Photo of the dismantling of the Porte de la Chapelle camps on November 7, 2019 | Photo: InfoMigrants
Paris police escort migrants during a protest of undocumented migrants for their right to remain, July 12, 2019 | Photo: REUTERS, Charles Platiau
In the camps at Porte d'Aubervilliers, migrants have only one water point | Credit: Wasi Mohsin, InfoMigrants
The Halte Humanitaire drop-in centre opened its doors at Porte de la Chapelle on Tuesday, May 28 | Photo: Leslie Carretero
Undocumented people can benefit from a reduced fares on public transport in Île-de-France | Photo:  Pixabay
This couple arrived Tuesday, April 23, 2019 at the CRA du Mesnil-Amelot with their two children, aged 3 years and 13 months | Photo: Maëva Poulet/InfoMigrants
Migrants stand by as police dismantle a makeshift tent camp in northern Paris. Photo: Paris
Migrants charge their phones and go online at the Cité des sciences library in Paris. Photo: Anne-Diandra Louarn / InfoMigrants