Moroccan media report a boy was killed in Melilla by Spanish police. Via Middle East Online:
A 16 year old boy was killed during a protest against unemployment in the Spanish North African enclave of Melilla, where dozens of demonstrators and Spanish security forces were wounded, according to a Spanish source.
The source said Spanish security forces fired on a 16 year old teenager named Younis during a demonstration that swept the city and caused considerable material damage.
According to the Moroccan media, the boy is a Muslim Moroccan. Spanish authorities say nobody was killed (ES) in the protests. They also point out that the Melilla riots started at the same time as very similar protests in the Western Sahara, currently occupied by Morocco, and that earlier this week the Moroccans killed a 14 year old there.