Moroccans Immigrate to Spain Without Leaving Africa Jerome Socolovsky reports on how some Africans are illegally immigrating to Spain without ever leaving Africa. Thousands of Moroccans every year attempt to enter two heavily guarded enclaves on the coast that are technically part of Spain -- and once inside, Spanish law makes it difficult to expel them back to Morocco.
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Moroccans Immigrate to Spain Without Leaving Africa

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Moroccans Immigrate to Spain Without Leaving Africa

Moroccans Immigrate to Spain Without Leaving Africa

Moroccans Immigrate to Spain Without Leaving Africa

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Jerome Socolovsky reports on how some Africans are illegally immigrating to Spain without ever leaving Africa. Thousands of Moroccans every year attempt to enter two heavily guarded enclaves on the coast that are technically part of Spain — and once inside, Spanish law makes it difficult to expel them back to Morocco.