Amnesty Int’l slams Spain, Morocco over migrant deaths


              A woman watches as Amnesty international staff prepare a news conference on their investigation of the deaths at the Melilla border in June, Madrid, Spain, Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2022. Amnesty International said Tuesday that a failure by Morocco and Spain to properly investigate the deaths of more than 20 migrants at the border of Spanish enclave city of Melilla in northwest Africa in June “smacks of a cover-up and racism.” The message on cardboard figures read 'Melilla Never Again'. (AP Photo/Paul White)
            
              Amnesty international staff prepare a news conference on their investigation of the deaths at the Melilla border in June, Madrid, Spain, Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2022. Amnesty International said Tuesday that a failure by Morocco and Spain to properly investigate the deaths of more than 20 migrants at the border of Spanish enclave city of Melilla in northwest Africa in June “smacks of a cover-up and racism.” (AP Photo/Paul White)
            
              The director in Amnesty International in Spain, Esteban Beltran, centre, holds an Amnesty report on migrant deaths alongside Amna Guellali, Amnesty International deputy Director for the Middle East and North Africa, left, and Agnes Callamard, Secretary General of Amnesty International during an Amnesty international news conference on their investigation of the deaths at the Melilla border in June, Madrid, Spain, Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2022. Amnesty International said Tuesday that a failure by Morocco and Spain to properly investigate the deaths of more than 20 migrants at the border of Spanish enclave city of Melilla in northwest Africa in June “smacks of a cover-up and racism.” (AP Photo/Paul White)
Amnesty Int’l slams Spain, Morocco over migrant deaths