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'He was very scared': the death of a teenage stowaway

Last month 14-year-old Raheemullah Oryakhel died trying to reach the UK. As the Calais camp where he lived is dispersed, where will children like him go? The death of Raheemullah Oryakhel, a 14-year-boy from Afghanistan, was marked last month with just a couple of paragraphs in the French press, under the headline “One migrant dead on the port ring road”. There was nothing much to excite further interest; the boy was the 12th refugee to die in Calais this year.
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