This is the reality of what is happening across Europe. Or Fortress Europe, as it's called.
Mellilla is a Spanish enclave on the northern coast of Morroco. That means it's a tiny bit of land within the landmass of Morocco, over which Spain has jurisdication.
You may remember this photograph: it was taken in 2014 at the golf course in Melilla by photographer Jose Palazon. It's exactly what it looks like. A golfcourse within the Spanish enclave on the Moroccan landmass, surrounded by an enormous fence; with young men from sub-saharan Africa (ie the bit that's not Arab in the North) trying to access what they see as the Eldorado of Europe that is lliterally fencing them out. They have a right, as every person does, to claim asylum. Whether they get it or not is unknown. But they are not even being given their legal right here. We just build higher fences. Pretty much like the one Trump threatened. And the border control guards (Guardia Civil) have an unconvincing grasp on humanity once they get hold of the men trying to climb the fence.
You can find out a bit more here:
And there is much, much more. This clip below is distressing; but if we want to know what's happening, we need to open our eyes.
And you can find out a little more of the impact on the families of the fifteen who died in the sea, below. It makes difficult watching.