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April 03, 2014
A member of Spanish Red Cross (R) reacts as she looks at two immigrants embracing after they learnt that...
Malaga, Spain
A member of Spanish Red Cross reacts as she looks at two immigrants embracing after they learnt that...
A member of Spanish Red Cross (R) reacts as she looks at two immigrants embracing after they learnt that they will be moved to different reception centres in separate Spanish cities, upon their arrival from Melilla at Malaga port, southern Spain, April 3, 2014. About 61 migrants, including 11 women, arrived to mainland Spain by ferry as a measure to alleviate the situation of saturation of the Spanish government-run temporary immigrants holding centre in Spain's north African enclave Melilla, according to local media. Spain has two enclaves in Morocco, Ceuta and Melilla, and migrants from all over Africa regularly try to reach them, mostly by climbing the triple fences that separate them from Morocco. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS)
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