Making the best of a difficult situation: there are a reported 70,000 to 200,000 sub-Saharan migrants in Morocco, many of them undocumented. They arrived years ago planning to reach Europe. But the EU's policy of externalising borders made it harder to travel on. Morocco seemed more welcoming, although its migration policy remains ambiguous. Some migrants suffer exploitation, and social and cultural integration are not a given

Sub-Saharan migrants forego Europe for Morocco

Rather than a point of departure for Europe, Morocco has become home to many sub-Saharan Africans. Though many migrants still dream of moving to Europe, many have decided to stay on. More...

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