ceuta - For the first time in seven months, the Spanish enclave of Ceuta has been stormed by migrants in North Africa. Approximately four hundred asylum seekers attempted to climb and enter the 6-meter high double fence around the enclave.
Moroccan and Spanish guards saw a chance to keep out virtually all storms. Six migrants were injured and treated, three of whom were taken to the hospital.
In recent years, the enclave has been the target of storms by asylum seekers who want to go to Europe. This also applies to the other Spanish enclave of Melilla, which lies to the east.