The operation comes more than a week after a fire burned down Greece's biggest migrant camp in Lesvos island, leaving thousands of refugees in need of emergency housing.
Around 20 shanties including mosques have been gutted by the fire while the blaze spread to more than one hundred tents in the country's southern district of Cox's Bazar, according to Ukhia News.
Greek authorities had earlier quarantined the Ritsona camp in central Greece after 20 asylum seekers tested positive for coronavirus.
The opposition along with minor parties and independent lawmakers passed a bill that would give sick asylum seekers easier access to mainland hospitals.
The blast at 60 Kilo camp located west of Anbar Province's capital Ramadi, also wounded 13 people. Daesh claimed responsibility for the attack.
The violence forced Dr Sajida Hussein from her home in Aleppo. But that did not keep her from her work at the displaced persons' camp where she now lives with her husband and three children in Idlib province.
The camp in northern Mali housed government soldiers and other armed groups who carry out patrols as part of a UN-brokered peace accord aimed at reducing violence in the region.
Authorities shifted refugees from the squalid makeshift camp also known as the "Jungle" to reception and orientation centres set up across France.
Under pressure from his rivals, French President Francois Hollande, vowed to prevent establishment of Calais-like camps in France.
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