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Our planet simply cannot afford another century of misunderstanding and violence between these two communities.The challenges we face as a global human family are profound: ongoing warfare and nuclear proliferation, global poverty and economic inequality, climate change and ecological degradation.The number of migrants crossing into Europe from Africa will be in the millions within five years unless urgent action is taken, a senior EU official has warned.Antonio Tajani, president of the European Parliament, has said the scale and severity of the migrant crisis is being underestimated and must be tackled urgently.Numbers in Paris have swelled since the destruction of the so-called 'Jungle' camp in Calais last year, when around 8000 migrants were dispersed.France's new President Emmanuel Macron has pledged to continue the zero tolerance policy to illegal camps enforced by his predecessors.Since its opening last year, it has become a magnet for thousands, who end up setting up alternative homes in the streets nearby.
The crisis receded in 2016 under an agreement with Turkey to clamp down on illegal border crossings.Italy has been struggling to cope with a large number of migrants, mostly sub-Saharan Africans, crossing the Mediterranean Sea from Libya, a journey that has so far claimed more than 2,200 lives this year, UN figures show.According to the International Organization for Migration (IOM), the country has accepted around 85,000 of the 100,000 people who have arrived this year.'There is no permanent place for us in France any more,' he said.'This is one of the main reasons why we want to go to Britain, where we are treated like human beings.'There is an official refugee camp in Porte de la Chapelle, but those living there can only stay for a fortnight.