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> The jubilation may be short lived. Having made it this far, the migrants will now be taken to the Spanish mainland, but then many of them are likely to be returned to Morocco.
But three were hospitalized with serious injuries, including two police officers. It is the second of such breach in three days. On Friday, 500 crossed the same fence, and now more than 1,400 are waiting for processing. Spain's two North African enclaves, Ceuta and Melilla Both of which border Morocco, are often the focus of attempted illegal border crossings.