37 Migrants dead at Morocco-Spain land border

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Human rights groups in Spain and Morocco have demanded a probe into the deaths of at least 37 migrants after a mass attempt to scale the border fence into the Spanish enclave of Melilla in northern Africa.

Authorities said the migrants died on Friday in a ‚Äústampede‚ÄĚ after about 2,000 people tried to climb the iron fence that separates Morocco and Melilla, with many of them falling in the attempt.





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