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Calais
Season 4 Episode 4 ABC2 Kids June 22, 2015

Over 3000 migrants living in Calais have just one goal - to reach the UK and escape the corrupt or violent countries from which they've fled. For many, the 21 mile crossing across the English Channel is the last they ever make.

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