Europe is facing its worst refugee crisis since the second world war. At a United Nations meeting on migration, world leaders made calls for policy changes to help deal with the problem.
The European Commission is suing eastern member states for failing to fulfill their legal obligations in accepting a share of asylum seekers. The defendants claim that the EU is interfering with their sovereignty.
As 193 nations agreed on a deal to help integrate migrants, Germany found itself at loggersheads with the UK over its approach to the refugee crisis. Russia meanwhile blamed Western wars for mass migration.
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