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400 Migrants Try to Storm Border into Spanish Territory

Source: westmonster.com

Some 400 migrants tried to storm a border fence in a Spanish enclave in a desperate bid to make it into the EU, according to the region’s border force.

Hundreds of people attempted to scale the border fence in Ceuta, a Spanish enclave that borders Morocco.

Border police managed to fend them off, but around 6 migrants were injured and had to receive medical treatment.

It’s by no means the first time this has happened. In August, there was a similar story:

The migrant crisis isn’t over, not by a long chalk. The reality is that as long as the EU keeps its open border policy, the longer these people are going to try to illegally enter the continent. It’s simple.

 

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