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Moroccan and sub-Saharan migrants gather at the border of the Spanish enclave of Ceuta, 19 May 2021 | Photo: Jalal Morchidi / EPA
Hundreds of minors arriving in Ceuta | Photo: Reuters
From file: Clothing on the triple wire fence separating Melilla from Morocco | Photo: picture-alliance
The Spanish enclaves of Ceuta and Melilla, separated from Spain by the Strait of Gibraltar and the Mediterranean Sea | Credit: InfoMigrants
Migrants walking towards a bus to cross the Strait of Gibraltar to the Iberian Peninsula in Melilla | Photo: EPA/F.G.Guerrero
A van sustained significant damage after smashing into a border to reach Spain's Ceuta with 50 migrants on board | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/Bildfunk/Jupol
A migrant is detained by police on a crane as he remained on top of the border fence to jump onto Spanish soil in the Spanish enclave of Ceuta. Over 150 migrants managed to enter into Spain from Morocco in the mass breach | Credit: Imago/Reduan Dris Regragui
From file: The Spanish Maritime Rescue Service | Photo: Imago
Migrants arriving at a port in southern Spain
In this 2014 picture, a police officer tries to pull down a man after he climbed fence to enter the Spanish enclave of Melilla
A Spanish National Police member and a Civil Guard watch some of the 70 sub-Saharan migrants, of whom 61 were reportedly minors, at the border of Ceuta-Melilla Photo: EPA
Crossing the Mediterranean has cost thousands of lives | Credit: DW