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Migrant crisis: Spain could soon surpass Greece as gateway to Europe

The Age Friday, 11 August 2017 ()
Spain could surpass Greece this year as a gateway for migrants entering Europe by sea, international monitors have warned, as the number of arrivals swells.
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News video: 70 African migrants injured on Ceuta razor wire border fence

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About 70 African migrants were injured on razor wire after about a group of 200 rushed the border fence between Morocco and the Spanish north African territory of Ceuta. Sixty managed to get into the Spanish enclave. Fourteen of those were hospitalised for their injuries. The others ran through the...

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