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Hundreds of migrants storm fence to reach Spanish enclave of Ceuta

Original story at BBC News• 4 mentions • 2 months ago

 
 
Several hundred migrants have stormed a six-metre (20 ft) security fence that separates Morocco from Ceuta, a Spanish territory in North Africa. Police said security cameras showed around 600 migrants, some with shears and clubs, breaking through one of the gates. More than 300 reportedly made it across the razor wire barrier. Ceuta and Melilla, another Spanish territory in North Africa, have the EU's only land borders with Africa. As a result, they are popular crossing points for migrants hoping to reach a new life in Europe. The Red Cross is treating about 400 migrants at its centre in Ceuta ...