French riot police officer walk in front of a fence with the lettering 'Calais' near the A16 motorway near the site of the Eurotunnel in Coquelles, near Calais, northern France on January 21, 2016. / AFP / PHILIPPE HUGUEN
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Four Syrian migrants were Thursday headed to Britain from the so-called "Jungle" migrant camp in Calais after a landmark court ruling, which could see more crossing the Channel.Judges on a British immigration tribunal Wednesday ordered the interior ministry to allow the three teenagers and a 26-year-old, who have been living in the camp for over two months, to enter Britain while their asylum claims are considered.Campaign group Citizen U.K., which was involved in the legal action, said the four asylum seekers would arrive later on Thursday.The interior ministry must now examine claims brought by refugees who have not yet received asylum in France, paving the way for further claims if other vulnerable asylum seekers can prove they have links to Britain.
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