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Syrian refugees heading to Europe via the Spanish enclave in Morocco

As Europe struggles to deal with the arrival of more than a million migrants last year, thousands of refugees from the war in Syria have travelled to the other end of the Mediterranean in search of a safe route into Europe.

Some have reached Melilla, an autonomous Spanish enclave on the North African coast.

Each week about 200 are given safe passage across the Mediterranean to the European mainland, as Chris Morris reports.

  • 18 Jan 2016
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