Workers use an excavator to clean up a migrants' makeshift camp along the Canal de Saint-Martin at Quai de Valmy in Paris, following its evacuation on June 4, 2018. / AFP / Lucas Barioulet
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Paris police Monday began evacuating around 1,000 migrants from two makeshift camps in the city, five days after another 1,000 were taken to temporary lodgings.Monday's operation comes less than a week after the dismantling of a camp along the Canal St Denis, north of the St Martin canal, where around 1,000 migrants mainly from Eritrea and Sudan had sheltered.One migrant drowned in the St Martin canal last month, while a brawl left a migrant seriously injured at the St Denis camp.
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