Since October, more than 8,000 people, mainly Africans, have come to the shores on Spain's Canary Islands, off the coast of Morocco in the Atlantic Ocean. So far this year, Spain has taken in a record 32,000 migrants, and there are no signs things are slowing down. The tiny island of El Hierro has received in the lion's share. The World's Gerry Hadden reports on why they're coming, and how Spain is managing the crisis.
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