"If the people from England (volunteers) did not help us, the baby would die, because the French government gave no money, no help and no milk for the baby."
11. Small shop in camp run by Afghan man
12. Fruit on display in shop
13. SOUNDBITE (English) No name given, Afghan shop owner: ++FACE CROPPED TO HIDE IDENTITY++
"It looks like now a jail, inside the jungle (camp), is a jail. We can't go to Calais the city. Go to Calais city, 20 days ago, one man goes from this shop to get things for this shop, is dead in the jungle there."
14. Various of masked police armed with rubber bullet guns check cars entering the camp
15. Afghan shop owner holding his prayer beads
16. SOUNDBITE (English) No name given, Afghan shop owner: ++FACE CROPPED TO HIDE IDENTITY++
"Leave the people of the jungle, leave it now because it is very, very cold. No place, other place, no room, nothing. Where are they going, these people?"
17. Various of people walking past a puddle in thick mud
Residents of a migrant camp in Calais known locally as 'the jungle' continued to face eviction on Monday.
Authorities issued an expulsion order on Friday for hundreds of migrants living in a huge swath of the camp in northern France, demanding that they remove their makeshift homes and possessions within four days.
Residents of the southern sector of the camp must clear out by 8 p.m. (1900 GMT) on Tuesday so it can be razed, according to the order by the state authority for Calais.
Police will remove those who refuse to clear out, the order said.
One resident, Amir from Iran, has been living in the camp with his wife for seven months.
Three months ago his wife gave birth to their daughter, Rosa, who Amir says would not have survived a bout of whooping cough had it not been for medical assistance provided by English volunteers.
An Afghan man, who asked for his identity to be concealed, runs a small makeshift shop in the camp, and says that a fellow shopkeeper went into town for supplies at the start of February and never came back.
His body was found three days later in the sea, he said.
With nowhere else to go, where were the residents supposed to live? He asked.
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