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The two men detained in Fnideq, just across the border from Ceuta, were the leaders of the network, Morocco's interior ministry said in a separate statement.
Ceuta, considerably larger than its counterpart Melilla, covers about seven square miles of a peninsula that has been used as a trading port since the time of the Carthaginians in the 5th century, who then called it Abyla.
Significant differences were found between seasons in San Ignacio-Navachiste-El Macapule, Santa Maria-Ohuira-Topolobampo and Ceuta, which may be related to reproductive activity (Marin-Leal et al.
The network, operating in Ceuta and the neighbouring Moroccan town of Fnideq, sent dozens of Islamist militants — some minors — to Syria, the ministry said.
Aujourd'hui le Maroc" notes that the situation of cross-border workers "bodes no good," indicating that they have appealed to the authorities to look into their case for several months, wondering about the fate of thousands of people who cross each day the entrance doors to Ceuta and Melilla, and who don't seem to be treated on an equal footing as the people of these two cities.
We acknowledge the collaboration of the Government of Ceuta and the University of Cadiz, as well as colleagues from the Instituto de Estudios Ceuties and the Tetouan University.
Born in the Llewellyn Arms Hotel, Pentre, on April 19, 1942 Ran away to London aged 15 but returned toWales Sent to borstal with two friends, aged 16, for burglary Later spent four years in Bristol prison for stealing cars and a safe Began smuggling cannabis worth up to pounds 90,000 from Morocco to Norway in 1975 Caught in Ceuta, Morocco, in July 1978 in possession of 60lb of dope, and imprisoned in Los Rosales jail Sentenced to seven years in June 1979 after two failed escapes Began working as a psychiatric nurse in a Madrid prison in 1980 Earned time off his sentence for completing work, and released from prison in February 1982 Worked as a taxi driver, builder, painter and decorator and park warden following his release, before deciding to write his autobiography, aged 68
MADRID, Nov 9, 2010 (TUR) -- Neither officials nor owners could solve problems of three Turkish cargo ships waiting desperately for months at Spanish ports of Alicante, Gijon and Ceuta.
Real Madrid and Barcelona kick off their Copa del Rey campaigns tonight with away matches at Real Murcia and Ceuta.
The report in La Razon mentioned that Rabat has in the past avoided discussing core issues with Spain, including the development around the Spanish enclaves of Ceuta and Mellila as well as the issue of Western Sahara, which Morocco claims as its own, and is home to a fierce independence movement supported by Algeria.
The vessel was travelling between Morocco and Spain on Saturday when it capsized, a spokeswoman for the Spanish enclave of Ceuta in north Africa, said.
Toddlers were wheeled through customs at Ceuta, Spain's enclave on the north African coast, with the drugs in special compartments underneath.