Saturday, 07 September 2019
September 7: A man from Guinee killed by Moroccan police near Nador

Report on the tragic death of a Guinean man who was killed on September 7 by Moroccan police in the Boulingo forest, near Nador in northern Morocco, in the region near the Melilla enclave.

According to a witness to the scene, contacted by InfoMigrants, the man died after being hit in the head with a baton.

Various human rights associations, including Hassane Ammari, a Watch the Med Alarmphone and Alarme Phone Sahara activist, denounce the death of the Guinean man and the increasingly violent police operations.

According to Hassane Ammari, police violence against migrants has increased over the past year and a half.

And Omar Naji, President of the Moroccan Association for Human Rights (AMDH) points out that "Rabat plays the role of a European policeman and serves the European Union's migration policies. They prevent migrants from crossing the sea in exchange for large subsidies.

It is the border regime and its outsourcing that kills.