Ceuta & Melilla

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
Around 5,000 people crossed the border from Morocco into the Spanish exclave of Ceuta on Monday, May 17, 2021 | Photo: Antonio Sempere/Europa Press/Picture-alliance
Nine of the 87 migrants who made it across the fence into Melilla were injured and had to be taken to hospital | Photo: Jesus Blasco de Avellandeda / Reuters