A refugee camp outside the northern French city of Dunkirk caught fire following a clash between Kurdish and Afghan refugees. NRT correspondent Halgurd Samad said the fire erupted in Grande-Synthe refugee camp, and that at least ten people were injured as a result of the blaze. The camp, set up just over a year ago and equipped with tightly-packed wooden cabins and sanitation units, housed around 1,500 people, many of them Kurds. A recent surge of arrivals from Afghanistan added to its population. NRT’s correspondent, citing French authorities, said at least six people were wounded in scuffles and a knife fight between Afghans and Kurds.