French police clear migrant camp in Paris

Police inspect tents during an operation to clear makeshift camps in the north of Paris France on Nov 7 2019

Thursday's operation marked the 59th time that the makeshift camps in Paris have been cleared since 2015, Paris Deputy Mayor Dominique Versini said.

French police have evacuated hundreds of migrants from two camps in northern Paris, one day after the government unveiled a series of measures meant to take back control of immigration.

About 600 police officers were involved in clearing up the camps, as Mr Lallement said a police presence in the areas would be maintained to stop the migrants from returning.

Numerous migrants, who included families with children, are from Afghanistan or sub-Saharan Africa. Paris police chief Didier Lallement told reporters on the scene that he would not allow the camps to be re-established.

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The operation began in pouring rain at around 06:00 (05:00 GMT) near the Porte de la Chapelle.

In the presentation of the measures, the minister of the Interior, Christophe Castaner, he announced the Government's intention to evacuate the camps of migrants in paris "from here to the end of the year". According to the Prefecture of Police, will be monitored to "prevent the reinstallation of the camps", for which he made regular patrols and control of persons suspected of attempting to settle back into a camp. In a statement this Thursday on the radio station France Info, said that the operations will also continue in other areas of the country with irregular settlements, as in Calais or Nantes. It is widely assumed that Mr Macron will face off against far-right leader Marine Le Pen, whom he defeated in the presidential run-off in 2017.

"Each time we're told they won't come back", Hidalgo, who has clashed with the government over who is responsible for finding a solution to the migrant camps, told journalists on Thursday.

Macron's government said on Wednesday that it would curtail access to healthcare for asylum seekers, claiming there are too many abuses of the system.

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