Spain’s top court rules deportation of child migrants was illegal

MADRID: Spain’s Supreme Court ruled Monday that authorities broke the law when they sent unaccompanied child migrants back to Morocco following a mass border crossing into the tiny Spanish exclave of Ceuta.
Dozens of unaccompanied migrants were among the more than 10,000 people who forced their way into Ceuta from neighboring Morocco in May 2021 by scaling a border a border fence or swimming around it as Moroccan border guards stood by. Many had used inflatable rings and rubber dinghies.

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