Sep 04, 2015

Bordering on chaos: migrants in Europe 2015-09-04 | Espresso

Europe’s foreign ministers begin a two-day meeting today that will be dominated by an accelerating migration crisis. With growing numbers of asylum-seekers testing both borders and patience, the European Union looks set to propose a quota system for relocating migrants among member countries far more ambitious than anything previously mooted. Previous efforts have failed thanks largely to...

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