The Spanish exclave city of Ceuta in North Africa is unlike the cities in the Spanish peninsula. For the 85,000 people who live in the city, the mix of cultures is both a source of tension and a great achievement. After the Spanish North African exclave city of Melillia, Ceuta has the highest rate of unemployment among young people between 15 and 24 in Europe's regions. “We do not want any more migrants here.”Nearly 30,000 people cross the border that separates Morocco from Ceuta every day. “I saw that the border was going to be a problem,” admits Ceuta Mayor Juan Jesús Vivas, of the PP.
Source: The North Africa Journal May 21, 2019 07:07 UTC