France moves Calais child migrants as row with Britain simmers

France began moving about 1,500 unaccompanied child migrants from the site of a demolished camp to reception centers across the country on Wednesday, as a feud with Britain over who takes care of the youths dragged on.

Migrant minors queue to take a bus during their transfer by French authorities to reception centres across the country at the end of the dismantlement of the camp called the "Jungle" in Calais, France, November 2, 2016.      REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol

The minors have been housed temporarily in converted shipping containers in the northern seaside town of Calais after demolition teams tore down the sprawl of ramshackle shacks and tents nicknamed the “Jungle”. Thousands of other migrants have already been relocated across France. Further information on Reuters.