Nov 14, 2015

Europe's populist right targets migration after Paris attacks | Reuters

Populist leaders around Europe rushed to demand an end to an influx of refugees and migrants from the Middle East and Africa on Saturday after a wave of deadly attacks in Paris claimed by Islamic State militants.

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