In a wood eight kilometres from the Moroccan village of Fnideq in the middle of the mountains behind the border fence of Ceuta (the Spanish enclave in Morocco) there are thousands of migrants and asylum-seekers from northern Africa. They are all waiting for their chance to sneak past the border into Spain.
As reported by the Inter Press Service news agency, Ceuta is one of the main (and few) ‘doors’ leading from northern Africa to the territory of the European Union, and is a ‘door’ that has ...
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