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Activists say Morocco used ‘unjustified’ force against Melilla migrants

Spanish and Moroccan activists called for a probe into the clash that left at least 18 people dead at Spain's North African exclave of Melilla. The unrest started when some 2,000 migrants tried to rush the border fence.

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