The Spanish enclave of Ceuta, in North Africa, is experiencing an unprecedented migration crisis.
According to the Spanish authorities, more than 8,000 immigrants entered the territory this Monday, a record number.
That same day, Spain decided to send tanks and numerous military personnel to try to contain the arrival of hundreds of people trying to enter from neighboring Morocco.
The president of the Spanish government, Pedro Sánchez, assured this Tuesday that 4,800 immigrants have already been expelled to the African country.
But many others are waiting for the right moment to cross the border.
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