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A migrants rides with his bicycle in the Calais refugee camp, northern France Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2016. The bulldozers were used to clear a 100-meter-long strip of land between the camp and the highway. Up to 6,000 people were staying there in the fall, though the number has decreased recently. (AP Photo/Michel Spingler)BRUSSELS (AP) — The latest news on the influx of asylum-seekers and other migrants in Europe. All times local:


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