Hundreds of tents have been pitched by refugees along the streets of Paris after the Calais camp was demolished earlier this week.
200 unsupervised children have been forced to sleep rough as the UK and France bicker over who should take them in.
Authorities shifted refugees from the squalid makeshift camp also known as the "Jungle" to reception and orientation centres set up across France.
Around 2,318 refugees, including 400 minors, moved out of the "Jungle" camp in Calais to reception and orientation centres as part of France's clearance plan.
The poorly-managed refugee camp in the French city of Calais is cited as an example of Europe's failure to solve the humanitarian crisis.
Charities are accusing France and Britain of failing to protect the futures of more than 1,300 unaccompanied child refugees. The children live in the 'Jungle' camp near Calais which will be dismantled today.
French officials reveal plans to demolish the camp which nearly 7,000 people are forced to call home.
French police fired tear gas cannisters and used water cannons on 200 refugees and 50 protesters who gathered under a bridge to protest poor living conditions at the camp.
Immigration is a key issue in France ahead of next year's presidential elections.
The construction of the two camps in Paris comes as the government faces pressure to dismantle a swollen shanty town named the ‘jungle' near the port of Calais.
British judge announces refugee Abdul Haroun is to face trial for obstructing railway when he walked through Channel Tunnel from France to UK
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