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EU to review Turkey migrant deal as Germany mulls accepting children

The European Union and Turkey agreed to review a four-year-old deal on managing migrants and refugees in an effort to settle a dispute that sent thousands of people to the Turkey-Greece border in hopes of reaching Europe, top EU officials said.

Under the 2016 agreement, the EU offered Turkey up to €6 billion ($10 billion) in aid for the Syrian refugees it hosts, fast-tracked EU membership and other incentives to stop Europe-bound migrants. The number arriving in Greece from Turkey dropped dramatically after the deal took effect.

  • Lorne Cook and Suzan Fraser
  • WA Today

After talks with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Brussels on Monday, European Council President Charles Michel said teams headed by…

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