1st October 2015
To Repel Migrants, European Border Patrol Turns Bloody
TANGIER, Morocco—Bakari Pacal was sprinting along a jetty in northern Morocco when he heard a rifle crack. His stride broke, and he tumbled into the Mediterranean. It was dawn on February 6, 2014, and he was in the lead group of a mass rush on a border fence dividing Morocco from an obscure Spanish enclave on the African side of the Strait of Gibraltar, a city of 85,000 called Ceuta.