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Saturday, February 18, 2017

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Thousands call on Spain to welcome more refugees

Tens of thousands of people joined a protest in Barcelona urging the Spanish government to increase its refugee intake. Only 1,100 migrants have been resettled under a plan to take in 17,000 people.
Spanien | Zehntausende demonstrieren für die Aufnahme von mehr Flüchtlingen (picture-alliance, NurPhoto/V. Rovira)
Protesters heeded a call by Ada Colau, the mayor of Spain's second city, who urged residents to "fill the streets" on Saturday to highlight the Madrid government's failure to accept its share of refugees.
Colau has put forward a plan to allow Barcelona, the capital of the wealthy northeastern region of Catalonia, to resettle migrants from Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and Eritrea.
Local police said some 160,000 people joined the protest along the major Via Laietana avenue, which runs from the city center to the Mediterranean coast.
Spanish journalist Xavier Muixi tweeted pictures, showing tens of thousands of people packed into the street.





View image on TwitterView image on Twitter

  big demonstration in barcelona to welcome refugees and protest at Spain for closing borders
Many demonstrators carried signs reading "Enough excuses, welcome them now."
One protester, 62-year-old Jacint Comelles, said Spain had a duty to help those who have fled conflict in the Middle East and Africa.
"We demand this minimum amount of dignity - that at least this number of refugees [16,000] can come," he said. "In Catalonia, everything is ready to welcome them."

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