Ceuta, the Spanish enclave in Morocco, is a European town on African soil. It's often the frontline of clashes between Africans trying to reach Europe in search of a better life, and a European Union desperate to keep them out. It's also a port town where 85,000 people live, providing livelihoods for many Moroccans.
Producer: Anke Rasper
Authors: Jens Borchers/ Marc Dugge
Presenter: Kathleen SchusterFirst published: November 8, 2018
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