Migrants flock to Spanish enclave of Ceuta

The number of people entering the Spanish enclave of Ceuta has doubled in the past few days. That's raised concerns that more people from North Africa are trying to use the route to get to Europe.

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    The number of people entering the Spanish enclave of Ceuta has doubled in the past few days.

    That's raised concerns that more people from North Africa are trying to use the route to get to Europe.

    Despite a rise in anti-immigrant sentiment in Europe, many migrants arriving there are hopeful about their future.

    Al Jazeera's Hoda Abdel-Hamid reports from Ceuta.


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