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Spain's interior minister has acknowledged that police should not have fired rubber bullets to try to deter migrants trying to enter Spain's northwest African enclave of Ceuta by sea last month, when at least 15 people drowned. Jorge Fernandez Diaz
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U Spanish Interior Minister, Jorge Fernandez Diaz, said on Tuesday that around 80,000 immigrants were waiting in Morocco and Mauritania for the chance to "illegally" enter Spain and the European Union. Fernandez said the numbers were shared evenly
3 March 2014 3 View comments This is the incredible moment Spanish border police opened a suitcase to find a sub-Saharan man stuffed inside. Officers confiscated the suitcase on Sunday after spotting a man struggling to lug a large and oddly-shaped
20 Two of the migrants were in critical condition after being beaten by the Moroccan security forces [AFP] More than 200 migrants seeking to enter Europe have stormed over a fence into Spain's north African territory Melilla, causing a fracas that
16 The crossing follows the drownings of at least 14 African migrants in Moroccan waters while attempting to enter Ceuta by sea earlier this month. [AFP] More than 200 migrants have stormed across a triple-layer border fence into Spain's north
An Interior Ministry official says some 500 sub-Saharan migrants armed with sticks and stones have stormed a barbed-wire border fence in a bid to enter Spain's northwest African enclave of Melilla from Morocco, with about 100 of them making it across.
Rabat Migrants in Morocco continue to suffer human rights abuses at the hands of security forces and resentful locals, despite migration policy reforms that were welcomed by local rights organizations when they were announced five months ago. Morocco'
African migrants held in Morrocco Rabat, Feb 18 : A total of 58 African migrants were arrested in Morrocco while trying to enter a Spanish enclave of Melilla from the Moroccan territories around it, state media said Monday. Around 150 sub-Saharan
Following confirmation by Spain's Interior Minister that police fired rubber bullets in an attempt to stop migrants from entering the Spanish enclave of Ceuta, which may have contributed to at least 11 drowning deaths, Amnesty International is