From welcoming refugees to protecting borders, the question of how to best deal with migration is vexing Europe. The dramatic pictures that splashed across tablets and TV screens will linger long in the memories of Europeans: Hundreds, even thousands, of refugees, some families with small children, huddled in the overcrowded Budapest Keleti pu railway station […]
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