European and African Leaders Near Deal on Returning Migrants

European and African Leaders Near Deal on Returning Migrants

"The European Union was closing in on a deal Wednesday to return more migrants to Africa, but there was skepticism that the plan would meet the goal of reducing the numbers of refugees arriving in Germany, Scandinavia and other destinations. Europe sends less than 40 percent of migrants who do not qualify for asylum back to their countries of origin. The draft deal being hashed out at a meeting of European leaders here is aimed partly at raising that figure."

 

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  • Kanter, James. "European and African Leaders Near Deal on Returning Migrants", The New York Times, November 11, 2015.
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