About 100 migrants swim to Spain's Ceuta enclave

About 100 migrants, some using inflatable rings, arrive on a beach in the Spanish enclave of Ceuta from neighbouring Morocco. The migrants set off from beaches south of Ceuta and have been detained after entering the tiny Spanish territory. Ceuta, together with a second Spanish enclave in north Africa, Melilla, have the European Union's only land borders with Africa, making them popular entry points for migrants seeking a better life in Europe.

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