Migrants used lime and acid against the police.
Dozens of migrants have tried Wednesday to overcome the fences that separate the Spanish North African enclave Ceuta from Morocco. About a hundred of them came to the European Union, informs the Spanish news agency Europa Press.
The Spanish Guardia Civil at Twitters said that migrants were burned with acidic and non-extinguished limes by seven police officers.
The last massive attempts to reach the EU through this territory lasted about a month after more than 600 migrants traversed the six-meter barbed wire fence – separating Ceuta from Morocco, AP said.
Border barriers around Ceuta and the other Spanish enclave Melilla try to solve thousands of illegally living Sub-Saharan migrants in Morocco each year. Their goal is to travel to the European Union without making a dangerous trip across the Mediterranean.