Ceuta & Melilla

The BBC documentary alleges that people were forcefully taken from Spanish territory and dragged back into Morocco | Photo: BBC Africa Eye
Riot police officers cordon off the area after migrants arrive on Spanish soil, crossing the fences separating the Spanish enclave of Melilla from Morocco in Melilla, Spain, Friday, June 24, 2022 | Photo: Javier Bernado / AP Photo
Spanish Prime Minister Sanchez on a two-day visit to Morocco | Photo: Moroccan Royal Palace / AP Photo / picture alliance
From file: The seawall between the Moroccan port of Béni Ansar and Melilla | Photo: InfoMigrants
From file: Young migrants enter the Spanish enclave of Ceuta from Morocco, 19 May 2021 | Photo: EPA/JALAL MORCHIDI
Spanish Salvamento Maritimo members take care of rescued migrants upon their arrival at Arguineguin's port in Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain, 25 August 2021 | Photo: EPA/QUIQUE CURBELO
Young migrants enter the Spanish enclave of Ceuta from Morocco, 19 May 2021 | Photo: EPA/JALAL MORCHIDI
Minors from Morocco at Piniers' shelter, after being moved by Spanish authorities, in Ceuta, a Spanish enclave in northern Africa | Photo: ARCHIVE/EPA/BRAIS LORENZO
Hundreds of minors arriving in Ceuta | Photo: Reuters
Two underage migrants escaping from an industrial estate next to Tarajal beach, in the city of Ceuta | Photo: ARCHIVE/EPA/BRAIS LORENZO
The Spanish authorities are hoping that mainland regions will help ease the overcrowding of minors in the small enclave | Photo: Bernat Armangue / AP Photo / picture alliance
In all about 8,000 migrants are reported to have entered Ceuta since Monday, more than half of them have already been expelled state the Spanish govnerment | Photo : Reuters