Spain has expelled another group of migrants from its enclave of Melilla in northern Morocco, the second such expulsion in as many days.
About 100 migrants who had broken through the perimeter fence around Melilla left the enclave in two planes bound for Malaga, ahead of deportation back to Morocco.
Thousands have tried to force their way into the Melilla and Ceuta enclaves in recent weeks. At least 11 have died.
The EU and UN are sending teams to Morocco amid growing criticism of how the authorities are treating migrants, many of whom are believed to be from sub-Saharan Africa.
It is reported that although the Moroccan government has promised to repatriate the immigrants, many are being dumped unofficially across the border in Algeria.