The Pashto camp by the railway has been destroyed, and the trains that migrants were sleeping in have gone. The Hazara jungle been destroyed, and both the Pashto and Hazaras are now sleeping scattered across Calais, waiting for police pressure to decrease before making a more permanent camp. Some Pashto remain near the train tracks.
Migrants are arriving in Calais everyday in Calais, some coming back from Paris, others from Steenvoorde where the camp has closed. Activists have observed police vans visiting the Pashto camps, and a helicopter of the gendarme monitoring places close to the industrial zone near the dunes. This also happened shortly before the destruction of the jungle.