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African migrants suffer even if they manage to reach Europe

Border police in the Spanish enclave of Ceuta, at the northern tip of Morocco, discovered an Ivorian boy hidden in a suitcase. By just a few euros

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African migrants suffer even if they manage to reach Europe

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Border police in the Spanish enclave of Ceuta, at the northern tip of Morocco, discovered an Ivorian boy hidden in a suitcase. By just a few euros per month, his family in Spain had failed a means test to have him join them. TVE

Italy this year is forecasting the arrival of 200,000 more migrants, most of them by sea. Italian communities are helping to take them in. RAI reported from the town of Nogara.

Many migrants make it to Europe, but without legal status it is impossible to get a job. They live more or less on the street in French cities such as Calais and Paris. France 3

The European Commission has proposed an action plan with quotas to distribute migrants among the countries of the EU. Swiss German SF1 looks at this.