28/11/13 17:43 CET
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A Roma community has been evicted from one the largest camps in France.
The settlement in St-Ouen, St-Denis in Paris, which was home to 800 people, was destroyed afterwards.
Officials said the operation had been carried out for security reasons.
A small number of families were rehoused.
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