EU pushes to end migrant chaos with Balkans plan

Migrants walk through a field escorted by police officers to a refugee center after crossing the Croatian-Slovenian border near Rigonce, Slovenia, on October 25, 2015The EU pledged Monday to help set up 100,000 places in reception centres along the migrant route through the Balkans, in a bid to defuse rising tensions on its eastern frontier over how to deal with the crisis. European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker made the announcement after emergency talks with the heads of 10 EU nations, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel, plus the leaders of non-EU Albania, Serbia and Macedonia. The uncontrolled flow of people must be stopped,” Juncker told a press conference in Brussels.

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