French police accused of harassing aid workers at Calais

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Charities distributing food to homeless migrants in the French port allege 600 acts of intimidation by officers, including teargassing.

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Volunteers distributing food and water to homeless refugees and migrants in Calais are systematically being harassed and intimidated by French police, according to a report submitted to France’s human rights ombudsman, reports The Guardian.