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In the second assault on the Spanish border in a month, 7 police officers were lightly injured when migrants threw quicklime and battery acid as they tried to scale the fence. Some 115 migrants managed to enter Ceuta.
Rights groups accuse the Algerian authorities of arbitrarily arresting and deporting migrants from sub-Saharan Africa and sometimes dumping them in the desert
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French President Emmanuel Macron accuses Italy's leaders of "cynicism and irresponsibility" and said they had broken international maritime law by refusing the boat the right to dock.
Thousands of migrants are given until the end of March to leave Israel, or face jail and eventual deportation
A top African Union official says there could be as many as 700,000 Africans stranded in Libya, where many have suffered atrocities and even been sold into slavery
About 350 000 migrants were detected at the EU s borders between January and August this year
A frigate Greek navy helicopter and two patrol vessels are dispatched to rescue the Moldovan flagged ship after it issued a distress signal in Greek waters
While 42 migrants drowned when their boat overturned 30 others were rescued