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Moroccans stranded in Ceuta benefit from a third repatriation operation

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Moroccans stranded in Ceuta have benefited from the third repatriation operation. Thirty-seven of them left the Spanish enclave on Sunday night, official source told Ceuta TV. They left around 1:00 am the Sidi Embarek mosque, where they were staying.

They have been living in the mosque for two months after Morocco decided to close its borders to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus.

During the first repatriation operation, 190 Moroccans were brought home. On Saturday, 58 others were able to cross the border. They are quarantined in hotels near M’diq.

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