Merkel Seeks Migration Compromise to Keep Coalition Together

  1. Merkel Seeks Migration Compromise to Keep Coalition Together  New York Times
  2. Merkel’s government faces internal rebellion over immigration in Germany  Washington Post
  3. How Far Will Bavaria’s Conservatives Go to Fend Off the Far-Right?  Foreign Policy (blog)
  4. END OF MERKEL would trigger ‘uncontrollable’ EU-wide break-up: Europe fears ‘nightmare’  Express.co.uk
  5. Daily Briefing: German migration stand-off goes European  Reuters
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Merkel at Risk as German Coalition Crisis Enters Critical Phase

  1. Merkel at Risk as German Coalition Crisis Enters Critical Phase  Bloomberg
  2. Crisis averted? Minister says migrant row with Merkel can be overcome  Reuters
  3. Migration Fight Shakes German Govt as Merkel, Ally Face Off  U.S. News & World Report
  4. Merkel seeks EU crisis talks as migration rocks Berlin coalition  Financial Times
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UPDATE 1-Facing coalition crisis, Merkel seeks migrant talks with EU states

  1. UPDATE 1-Facing coalition crisis, Merkel seeks migrant talks with EU states  Reuters
  2. Migration fight shakes German govt as Merkel, ally face off  ABC News
  3. How Far Will Bavaria’s Conservatives Go to Fend Off the Far-Right?  Foreign Policy (blog)
  4. Demand for Tighter Border Threatens to Undo German Government  Wall Street Journal
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Merkel seeks EU migrant talks as German coalition crisis looms: paper

Merkel seeks EU migrant talks as German coalition crisis looms: paperGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel, struggling to avert a crisis within her coalition on migrant policy, is trying to set up a meeting of some EU states to discuss the issue before a leaders summit on June 28-29, a German newspaper reported on Sunday. Citing government sources from representatives of several EU states, top-selling Bild reported on its website that Merkel wanted to discuss possible solutions with Greece, Italy and Austria. It is also unclear exactly when this special summit would take place,” a member of the Italian government told Bild.


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