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More than two dozen migrants have died in a stampede while trying to cross into the Spanish enclave Melilla from Morocco, that country’s Association for Human Rights (AMDH) announced on Friday evening.
Around 2,000 migrants, many from Sudan, tried to cross a guarded border fence at dawn on Friday. Harrowing images, published by AMDH, show people lying on the pavement next to the border control area, some with blood-covered hands and torn clothes.
“AMDH Nador confirms that the death toll, as of 9pm, in the ranks of sub-Saharan migrants is 27 dead. All are at Hassani Hospital morgue in Nador. A very heavy, catastrophic record that shows that migration policies are deadly, with borders and barriers that kill,” a caption to the photo reads.
Around 2,000 people stormed a high fence that seals off the enclave of Melilla in a violent-two hour skirmish with border officersMore on this story: https://t.co/LuD0h8s6zcpic.twitter.com/nxqan7xsUk
The association called on the authorities to open “a serious investigation” to determine all the circumstances of the tragedy.
Jóvenes varones en edad militar en perfecto estado de salud entran por la fuerza en MelillaNo son refugiados que huyen de la guerra con sus familias Es una invasión en toda regla, consentida y fomentada por la izquierda criminal que nos gobierna pic.twitter.com/BblidmbwQZ— Agustín Rosety Fernández de Castro (@AgustinRosety) June 24, 2022
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