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Europe This is Jungala Radio: In Calais, refugees find a new voice

The station first broadcast on New Year's Day. Around the world, refugees have tapped into radio to take control of their image – and pass the time.

From the outside, the Jungala Radio tent looks like any other in Calais’ 6,000-strong refugee camp – plywood slats, flimsy blue tarp, a large rock serving as a front stoop. But while it offers a respite from the biting winds of this northern French town, it is also becoming a growing channel for battling the loneliness and uncertainty of refugee life.  

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