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Migratory pressure in Ceuta drops after the unprecedented arrival of 8,000 people


Ceuta (Spain), May 19 (EFE) .- (Camera: Juan Chicano) .- The migratory pressure on the border between Ceuta and Morocco has decreased substantially three days after the historic irregular arrival of 8,000 immigrants, and this Wednesday there is only a trickle arrival of people swimming or in tiny boats.FOOTAGE OF THE SITUATION IN CEUTA, SPAIN

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