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Calais ‘Jungle’ eviction decision delayed by French court

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A French court said Tuesday it was delaying its ruling on the demolition of half of the "Jungle" refugee camp in Calais, just hours before a deadline for residents to be evacuated.

"We will not know today," said a source in the court in the northern city of Lille, adding that a decision was not now expected until Wednesday or Thursday.

A French court said Tuesday it was delaying its ruling on the demolition of half of the “Jungle” refugee camp in Calais, just hours before a deadline for residents to be evacuated.

“We will not know today,” said a source in the court in the northern city of Lille, adding that a decision was not now expected until Wednesday or Thursday.

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