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EU Leaders Approve Measures To Control Migrant Influx

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EU Leaders Debate Program To Address Migrant Crisis

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Plan To Relocate 120,000 Migrants In Europe Meets Resistance

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Kerry Pledges More U.S. Help Ahead Of EU Meeting On Migrant Crisis

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In Berlin, John Kerry Bumps Up Number Of Refugees U.S. Can Accept

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European Interior Ministers Hold Meeting On Migrant Crisis

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EU Meeting Focusing On Migrant Crisis To Discuss Controversial Border Checks

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Migrants seeking asylum wait at the registration center on August 27, 2015 in Ingelheim, Germany. Germany is receiving more than 1,000 new migrants a day from countries like Syria, Eritrea and Afghanistan. In some cases, those migrants include unaccompanied minors, as NPR's Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson found at a similar center in Munich. Thomas Lohnes/Getty Images hide caption

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Young Migrants, Some Arriving Without Parents, Seek A Safe Place

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European Commission President Calls For Refugee Quota Plan

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Despite Warm Welcome, There's A Backlash Against Migrants In Germany

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Hungarian Prime Minister Says Migrants Are Germany's Problem

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