As leaders adopt the global compact on migration in Marrakesh, Lucia Benavides reports on the varied responses to the migration flow between Morocco and Spain.    
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In Morocco, cooperation on migration proves tricky

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As leaders adopt the global compact on migration in Marrakesh, Lucia Benavides reports on the varied responses to the migration flow between Morocco and Spain.    
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Five things to know about the global compact on migration

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