A migrant walks past tents destroyed in the makeshift migrant camp known as "the jungle" near Calais, northern France, Friday, Oct. 28, 2016. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)
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Dozens of migrant youths were left fending for themselves Friday after a second night sleeping rough in the Calais "Jungle" as France and Britain battled over who was to blame for their plight.Some bedded down in a makeshift church, others in a mosque, according the Care 4 Calais charity, which said it expected the authorities to lay on buses to take them to children's shelters.The fate of minors left behind in the blackened mess of the sprawling camp emptied of thousands of migrants this week, some of whom set fire to their shelters on leaving, has sparked a war of words between France and Britain.France sees the "Jungle" -- one of the most visible symbols of Europe's migrant crisis -- as a problem of Britain's making given that most of the migrants living there hoped to smuggle across the Channel into England.Nearly 1,500 children have been moved to a container camp reserved for minors next to the Jungle.
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