Wednesday, 14 September 2011

A riot broke out last night at a holding centre for immigrants in Ceuta, one of Spain's African exclaves that I wrote about a few days ago.

The disorder was trigged by a "sub-Suharan African immigrant" (this is PC-speak for negro) arriving late for his dinner and being refused admittance to the communal dining area. When the negro complained that exceptions were sometimes made for Algerians, fighting broke out between the north Africans and the sub-Saharan Africans. This escalated and some of the African combatants were seen using fence poles and bits of piping as weapons.

In total, 4 people were injured, including 3 camp guards. The staff in the holding centre had to request the deployment of a special police unit - around 50 men in total - to restore order.

Source: El Mundo


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