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>> It's France's very last tick off on the Jungle checklist, dealing with the unaccompanied minors. The first bus load departing Calais bound for reception centers across France. Young migrants waving goodbye to the now flattened camp and their dream of reaching the UK. There are about one and half thousand still here, sleeping in converted shipping containers.
Charities say most are between 13 and 17, from war-ravaged Afghanistan and Sudan's Darfur region. Their plight has triggered a diplomatic row between France and the UK. France wants Britain to accept its share of the responsibility to take in unaccompanied children with family ties. But so far, the UK has only taken in 274.
British Home Secretary Amber Rudd says 300 more will be interviewed in the coming weeks, but not all of them will make it through to the UK.