Protesters said it was the largest demonstration since violence broke out between Israel and Hamas last week.
When the technology was declared operational in 2011, it was regarded as a “game-changer” for modern warfare.
The migrants, mostly from neighboring Morocco, either swam or walked the beach during low tide to get into Spain’s small North African enclave of Ceuta.
More than 160 homes are below the surface – and now steps, cellars and walls are emerging.
The insurgent group, which seems more interested in fighting than talking peace, also tells CBS News it has no problem with women exercising “basic rights.
The navy said it has rescued 177 of the 400 people on two vessels in the Arabia Sea.
“Despite the best efforts of paramedics and bystanders at the scene, the man could not be resuscitated,” officials said.
The president called for a cease-fire amid the escalation of violence in the Middle East conflict between Israel and Hamas. Weijia Jiang reports.
The conflict between Israel and Hamas militants moves into its second week, with the violence showing no signs of abating, despite diplomatic efforts. As Imtiaz Tyab reports, it’s been another
Palestinians vent anger in a “day of rage,” risking new clashes as Israelis face more rocket fire and their military reduces neighborhoods in Gaza to rubble.