In Calais, a School for Refugees Who Want to Stay in FranceBy
In a small, dark classroom made out of wooden pallets and plastic tarpaulin, about 35 refugees are following closely the French lesson given by a local volunteer. On their notebooks, they write the words "street," "taxi," or "drugstore" and their Arabic translations.
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