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EU, Turkey in stand-off over funds to tackle new migrant crisis

Reuters Friday, 6 March 2020
The European Union is scrambling for a new agreement with Turkey to prevent migrants from Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and beyond flooding into the EU. But there is little sign so far that Ankara is ready to accept the terms Brussels is offering.
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