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14:43

Local

Hundreds of migrants with nowhere to go

SUR

The arrival of 361 migrants into Malaga port at 5am last Friday posed a particular problem for the overwhelmed authorities who had run out of space to process them. These men stayed on board the Mastelero rescue boat for several hours before it

15:37

National

Migrant rescue ship told it can't come to Spain

SUR.

The acting government has said that it doesn't want migrant rescue ship, Open Arms, to come to Spain. The Mayor of Valencia had offered the city as a place of refuge for the vessel which is carrying 121 migrants found off the coast of Libya but

13:00

Local

One dead among 56 migrants rescued off the Malaga coast

E. CABEZAS / AGENCIES

The influx of migrants continued on the Malaga coast with the arrival of two vessels on Wednesday, bringing a total of 63 people. One of these boats was carrying 56 sub-Saharan Africans. The occupants, one of whom had died, had to be rescued and ... taken to Malaga port after their boat sank. Malaga reaches capacity with no more available space to house illegal boat migrants According to Europa Press, a spokesperson from the Maritime Safety and Rescue Society (Sasemar) said that it was at

16:21

Local

Arrival of a further 237 migrants stretches resources once more

Á. FRÍAS / J. CANO

After a frantic day out at sea during which 237 migrants were rescued from around a dozen boats, the various organisations tasked with processing migrants were stretched to the limit once again on Monday as calls increased for a permanent centre in

12:14

Local

Migrants rescued by the ship 'Aquarius' in Spain

sur in english

The 630 migrants who were rescued by the Aquarius in the Mediterranean recently are now safely in Spain. They arrived in Valencia on Sunday in three boats, including the Aquarius, and the world's press was there to meet them together with health ... professionals, interpreters and Red Cross volunteers. Spanish prime minister Pedro Sánchez agreed to take the migrants in after a stalemate in which Italy and Malta refused. They will receive free health care and will be able to apply for asylum.

12:01

Local

Two dead among 15 migrants arriving on Chilches beach last Saturday

Eugenio Cabezas

The latest migrant tragedy to hit Malaga province this year occurred on Chilches beach last Saturday afternoon, when a dinghy with 15 north and sub-Saharan Africans arrived, two of whom had died before reaching shore. Eleven of the migrants ... another two passengers had also died and were removed from the boat earlier in the journey. In total eight of the migrants were detained. Two minors were taken to a centre for young migrants in Torremolinos, four of the adults were taken to the National ... Police station in Torre del Mar and two showing signs of hypothermia were taken to hospital. On Sunday, a further 139 migrants who had arrived in three boats were taken to temporary accommodation at Malaga's fairground. So far some 5,000 people have

13:00

Local

Malaga reaches capacity with no more available space to house illegal boat migrants

JUAN SOTO

...that the school year has started. The city hall can no longer loan out the sports halls, meaning that any further people rescued from the Alboran sea must now be transported elsewhere. RELATED NEWS One dead among 56 migrants rescued off the ... Malaga comes at a time when arrivals to the Malaga coast are increasing steeply. According to numbers provided by the government, so far this year in excess of 4,500 migrants have arrived into Malaga port, almost double the figure from the entire previous ... year (2,320). In 2016, the number was as little as 774. In light of the difficulties encountered by the Cruz Roja (the Spanish Red Cross) in transporting these migrants to other parts of Spain, principally to Cadiz province, Social Rights councillor

18:03

Local

Five more underage migrants taken into care from Archidona

FERNANDO TORRES

The Junta de Andalucía has taken into care a further five more underage migrants identified among those being held at the new Archidona jail, in inland Malaga province. This brings to seven the total number of Algerian children removed by social ... workers. Archidona's unopened prison building is being used as a temporary detention centre for some 500 illegal migrants while their cases and possible deportation are being processed. Trade unions and civil rights groups continue to protest at the use

11:34

LifeStyle

“It's hard to get real information”

Jennie Rhodes

The Missing Migrants project tracks incidents involving migrants, including refugees and asylum seekers who have died or gone missing in the process of migration. According to the website (missingmigrants.iom.int), 81 people have died trying to ... cross the Mediterranean from north Africa to Andalucía in 2018 and 462 deaths have been recorded in the Mediterranean region. The Missing Migrants Project is a joint initiative of the International Organisation for Migration's (IOM) Global Migration

12:14

Local

Junta de Andalucía asks government for help after mass arrival of migrants

MARÍA DOLORES TORTOSA

The Junta de Andalucía has requested assistance from the government to deal with nearly 1,700 migrants who arrived by boat in the region last weekend. "We're finding it difficult to handle them all," said a spokesman for the Police Union, ... referring to the 1,396 people who were intercepted on the Alborán Sea and the Strait of Gibraltar and another 254 who were rescued and taken to different Andalusian ports. Related news Migrants rescued by the ship 'Aquarius' arrive in Spain The ... Junta, police, Red Cross and other NGOs were all involved in attending to the migrants, 500 of whom are now sleeping in sports centres in Jerez, Cadiz and Tarifa because there is nowhere else for them. The police stations are under considerable strain