Swelled by war and economic impoverishment, the number of people trying to make their way from Africa to Europe has grown dramatically. Thousands have attempted to reach Europe by crossing the Mediterranean Sea, often from Libya, with hundreds drowning in the process when overfilled boats capsize. Others, like those pictured above outside the city of Melilla, have tried to reach European soil by land. Few people know that there are two Spanish cities on the coast of Morocco—Melilla and...


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