Ceuta Migrants: Spain says 6,000 migrants have been returned to Morocco

In this edition: At least 6,600 of the more than 8,000 migrants who arrived this week in one of Spain’s North African enclaves have been sent back to Morocco following a diplomatic dispute over the border. Also, critically ill covid-19 patients are more likely to die in Africa than elsewhere. Our Cape Town correspondent explains why. And we bring you a report on how the residents of Bagui are coping with the shortage of potable water in the Central African Republic.

Produced by Tatiana Reiter and James Creedon

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