Bulldozers level French migrant camp, new life for residents

Bulldozers began demolishing the makeshift migrant camp in northern France on Thursday, the day after it went up in flames and authorities declared it empty and a mass evacuation over.

Nearly 6,000 people headed to special centers around France over three days or were sheltered in heated containers, spared by the fires, in the camp. But an untold number of migrants were left behind, some clinging to their dream of reaching Britain from northern France, others who apparently missed the Wednesday cutoff for transport.

The top regional official said the hangers-on had come from elsewhere hoping to take advantage of the French offer to shelter the migrants so they can seek...