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Two thousand immigrants try to enter Melilla in the largest assault in recent years

About 2,000 immigrants of sub-Saharan origin have tried to enter Melilla this Wednesday in the most numerous jump to the border fence in years, and several dozen of them have achieved their goal, according to police sources, although at the moment the specific number is unknown.

In statements to journalists, the Government delegate in Melilla, Sabrina Moh, reported that this entry attempt occurred around 9.30 in the morning, in broad daylight, on a fairly long section of the fence due to “such a large number” of immigrants.

Although the Moroccan forces have tried to stop the jump and the Civil Guard has been activated immediately, Several dozen Sub-Saharans have managed to enter Melilla and have rushed to the Temporary Immigrant Stay Center (CETI), which currently registered a low occupancy of barely fifty people.

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