300 African migrants storm Europe’s ‘wall of shame’
“Europe will urgently need these migrants to take care of aged Europeans, who have neglected to produce enough children to do the job.”--Â Cecilia Malmstrom,Â EU Commissioner for Internal Affairs
Melilla and Ceuta, two Spanish territories on the Moroccan coast, are hotspot destinations for African migrants attempting to enter mainland Europe.
300 African migrants have attempted to climb over the border separating Morocco and the Spanish territory of Melilla, amid clashes with Moroccan border guards.
The clashes left 27 migrants wounded, while 96 were arrested. 100 of them, however, managed to climb over the fences.