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Old September 2nd, 2015 #1
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Default Spanish police arrest 15 men for smuggling migrants on the back of jet-skis near Marbella

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Go Pro footage has been released showing traffickers smuggling as many migrants as possible onto the back of jet-skis

Video has been released by the Spanish Civil Guard showing their pursuit of traffickers attempting to smuggle migrants to Europe. Their aim was to drop them off onto the popular tourist beaches near the coastal town of Tarifa.

It has been reported that six jet-skis were stopped in a 72-hour period at the end of last week. Seven migrants managed to make it to the coast before being caught in the surrounding area.

A spokesperson for the Civil Guard has said that the traffickers can pack as many as three migrants on the back of each jet-ski, sometimes hiding drugs inside their life jackets and clothes.

"These acts pose a serious risk to the life of the immigrants because the pilots leave them several feet away from the coast and they often don't know how to swim.Ē

It is believed that the migrants would have paid around £2,000 for their journey across the sea.
Spanish police arrest 15 men for smuggling migrants on the back of jet-skis near Marbella - Europe - World - The Independent

 
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Migrant fled to Spain by cramming behind a car engine

A man tried to sneak into the Spanish city of Ceuta from Morocco by cramming himself behind the engine of a Mercedes.

Authorities discovered the illegal West African immigrant Sunday during a customs check at El Tarajal, which is about 240 miles south of Madrid, according to the BBC.

He was accompanied by another man, who was hiding out between the back seat and the trunk of the Mercedes-300, Spainís Guardia Civil police told the news outlet.

The migrants, both from Guinea, each received first aid after suffering from a lack of oxygen due to their cramped quarters. It is not clear how long the men had been hidden inside the vehicle.

Cops pulled the car over to conduct a search after noticing it had fake license plates. Two Moroccan citizens who were in the driverís and passenger seats when the car was stopped were also detained for questioning at the time, authorities said.
Migrant fled to Spain by cramming behind a car engine | New York Post

 
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