Spanish government mobilises army in Ceuta after over 6,000 migrants swam in
Members of the army help a migrant who managed to cross one of Ceuta's border breakwaters on Tuesday in an unprecedented flood of immigrants
Hundreds of migrants gather at the fence to try to cross into Spanish territory.
A group of people, mostly young, waiting for the moment to cross the border, by land or water, this Monday in the town of Fnideq, in Morocco.
The National Police and the army guard a group of immigrants after an unprecedented arrival in Ceuta on Tuesday.
The Guardia Civil rescues a girl next to Benzú beach.
A group of people trying to take advantage of the shallow waters off the coast of the northern town of Fnideq to cross the border from Morocco to the North African enclave of Ceuta.
Members of the army observe a group of immigrants who have swum to the Ceuta border breakwaters on Tuesday.
Migrants walking along the beach of Tarajal.
Spanish soldiers guard a group of migrants who arrived in Ceuta.
A group of people are returned to Morocco by the Spanish authorities at the border between Ceuta and Fnideq.
A group of Moroccan migrants climbing a rocky cliff to cross the border from Morocco to the North African enclave of Ceuta.
A father and daughter returned to Morocco.
Hundreds of people at the breakwater that separates Ceuta from Fnideq.
Members of the army help two children at one of Ceuta's border breakwaters on Tuesday in an unprecedented flood of migrants.
Hundreds of people swim around the Spanish-Moroccan border fence in Ceuta.