08/08/2010 05:59:37
Spain: Border police drops Africans in the water
A 30-years-old Cameroonian reported that the Spanish civil guards arrested the eight illegal immigrants as they just arrived at the coast of Malaga in southern Spain. The Spanish police then put them on a boat and abandoned the eight sub-Saharans off the Moroccan coasts.
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Following a rush of incidents this summer involving the Spanish Border Police and Moroccan citizens at the border between the occupied cities of Ceuta and Melilla in Northern Morocco, A group of sub-Saharan African immigrants, who were caught off the cost of Spain were stripped of their belongings and dropped off the cost of northern Morocco in critical health conditions.
A 30-years-old Cameroonian reported that the Spanish civil guards arrested the eight illegal immigrants as they just arrived at the coast of Malaga in southern Spain. The Spanish police then put them on a boat and abandoned the eight sub-Saharans off the Moroccan coasts.
"They threatened, tortured and insulted us (..)", he said to the media. His companion, an 18-years-old Gabonese said the Spanish authorities took all their belongings before throwing them in the sea.
According to the officials of the Hassan II hospital in the northern Moroccan town of Fnideq, the eight sub-Saharan Africans (four Cameroonian, Senegalese, a Chadian, a Ghanaian and a Gabonese) were suffering from hypothermia, dehydration and physical and mental trauma.
The Moroccan government condemned these “inhuman and irresponsible acts... that run counter to the respect for human dignity and human rights, as well as to bilateral agreements between the two countries on the management of the influx of immigrants, and shows the racist propensity of the Spanish civil guard”

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