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Hundreds of migrants storm border Spanish exclave of Ceuta

Hundreds of migrants storm border Spanish exclave of Ceuta

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A group of about four hundred migrants, there is Friday managed to get from Morocco to the Spanish exclave of Ceuta on the Mediterranean Sea to reach by a six foot high fence to storm.

According to emergency services is an unknown number of migrants were injured, reports BFMTV. Also a number of agents injured.

The last time that the fence en masse was raided was during new year’s night. Went over a thousand people on the fence, but that attempt failed.

More than six hundred migrants did Friday an attempt, reports the police. They would be under more shears, and clubs have been taken, reports BBC. Therefore, although about four hundred people of Ceuta be reached, were the others by Moroccan police officers returned to Morocco driven.

Migrants reach Ceuta

A group of about four hundred migrants, there is Friday managed to get from Morocco to the Spanish exclave of Ceuta on the Mediterranean Sea to reach by a six foot high fence to storm.
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More than six hundred migrants did Friday an attempt, reports the police.
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A migrant worker is injured in the Spanish exclave Ceuta after a gate has climbed.
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In Ceuta were Friday migrants on the street to see that cheering was because the city had reached.
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In Ceuta, according to BFMTV Friday immigrants on the street to see that cheering was because the city had reached. They are a reception centre for migrants.

Since 2000 is a double fence 8 miles long to the exlave. The border between Morocco and Ceuta is the only direct land border between Africa and the EU.

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