In this photo taken on taken on Nov. 13 2017 and made available by Women’s Link Worldwide, Bahoumou Totopa and her son Abdramane Aziz Cisse meet at the Spanish enclave of Melilla. An African woman has reunited with her four year-old son after they arrived in separate boats and locations in Spain, where the two were kept without contact for almost half a year until authorities could prove their family links.
In this photo taken on taken on Nov. 13 2017 and made available by Women’s Link Worldwide, Bahoumou Totopa and her son Abdramane Aziz Cisse meet at the Spanish enclave of Melilla. An African woman has reunited with her four year-old son after they arrived in separate boats and locations in Spain, where the two were kept without contact for almost half a year until authorities could prove their family links. AP Photo)
In this photo taken on taken on Nov. 13 2017 and made available by Women’s Link Worldwide, Bahoumou Totopa and her son Abdramane Aziz Cisse meet at the Spanish enclave of Melilla. An African woman has reunited with her four year-old son after they arrived in separate boats and locations in Spain, where the two were kept without contact for almost half a year until authorities could prove their family links. AP Photo)

Migrant mother and son kept apart, now reunited in Spain

November 14, 2017 05:40 PM

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