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Seeking justice for asylum seekers killed at Melilla border post in June

By France24
04 December 2022   |   5:31 pm
We look at shocking video footage of migrants being tasered or beaten by law enforcement in June at Melilla, a Spanish border post with Morocco. An investigation by several European newspaper sheds light on the violence, in which at least 23 asylum seekers were killed.

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