Hundreds of migrants are arriving in Spain after two other countries refused them entry.
Their arrival marks the end of a weeklong perilous crossing of the Mediterranean.
A total of 630 of migrants had been rescued by the Aquarius, a rescue boat, last weekend off the coast of Libya. At least 100 minors and 7 pregnant women are among the group.
It was stuck off the coast of Sicily earlier this month when Italy refused permission to dock and demanded Malta do so. Malta also refused and Spain stepped in and offered to grant them entry some 930 miles away.
After Spain offered to take in the survivors, the boat started the journey to Valencia along with two Italian ships, which were sent to ease the overcrowding.
The first group of migrants, which included 274 people, arrived at the Spanish port of Valencia at approximately 7:30 a.m. Sunday local time on board the Italian Coast Guard ship "Dattilo."
Medical staff boarded the I…