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For more than 20 days, Spanish photographer Jose Colon sat in a pitch-dark corner by the border fence of Melilla, Spain’s southernmost point of entry for African asylum seekers. He watched as migrants climbed a massive razor-wire fence to enter Europe and find “their dream, their heaven.”
Filed Under:Black-and-white • Jose Colon • Me-Mo Magazine • World