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The Grande-Synthe migrant camp – just a 30 minute drive from Calais – in the early evening and is still raging, according to Le Parisien.
A reported clash between Afghans and Kurds erupted, which has left six migrants injured.
At least four of the migrants were rushed to the Dunkirk hospital, with three being treated for stab wounds.
A fire has broken out at a migrant camp in northern France
Police in riot gear have fired at least 21 tear gas canisters in a bid to break up the melee in the refugee camp in Dunkirk.
The fighting among the migrants is believed to have started before the fire broke out.
It is believed fights broke out before the fire erupted
Local officials claim around 20 huts, each which house at least four people, are believed to have been singed as firefighters remain at the scene.
The cloud of smoke from the fire could be seen from several miles away.
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The camp at Grande-Synthe has continued to surge since the Jungle camp in Calais, which was just 23 miles away.
In mid-March earlier this year, officials announced they would be destroying to camp following a number of incidents at the scene.
Migrant crisis: Key locations before and after
Tue, April 4, 2017
In these composite images, a comparison has been made between a scene at a key location during the height of the 2015 migrant crisis last year and the view there now
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Aid workers help migrants up the shore after making the crossing from Turkey to the Greek island of Lesbos on November 16, 2015 in Sikaminias, Greece
The Dunkirk camp is due to be closed
Interior Minister Bruno Le Roux told the French Senate last month that “it’s not longer just a question of re-establishing public order” at the camp.
Northern France has become a hotspot of refugees and migrant desperately trying to make their way over into Britain.
More to follow…