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BERLIN, Sept 15- The European Union must consider putting financial pressure on member states that are reluctant to take in their share of asylum seekers as the bloc faces its worst refugee crisis in decades, Germany's interior minister said on Tuesday. After opening its doors to refugees from Syria's civil war, Germany at the weekend temporarily reimposed...
Frans Timmermans, first vice-president of the European Commission, says EU ministers have made steps to achieve results in the migrant crisis.
CNBC’s Hadley Gamble catches up with European interior ministers in Brussels as they work to negotiate solutions to Europe’s migrant crisis.
CNBC’s Hadley Gamble reports from Brussels where Europe’s interior ministers were up late debating how to deal with the continent’s growing migrant crisis.
Anas El Gomati, general director at the Sadeq Institute, discusses the ongoing refugee and migrant crisis in Europe.
Morgan Johansson, Swedish minister for justice and migration, says "every case is scrutinized" when assessing asylum seekers' entry into his country.
Slovak Interior Minister Robert Kalinak gives his take on what needs to be done to alleviate the refugee crisis.
Key finance ministers across Europe tell CNBC their thoughts on how to handle the refugee crisis.
PRAGUE, Sept 14- The Czech Republic will not introduce controls at its border with Austria for the moment, Foreign Minister Lubomir Zaoralek said on Monday after Germany re-imposed checks to deal with the thousands of asylum seekers arriving daily. Berlin announced the temporary measure would be taken first on the southern frontier with Austria, where...
CNBC correspondent Hadley Gamble discusses the continuing European migrant crisis and explains why the Gulf States have not taken more Syrian refugees and other migrants.
Mateusz Szczurek, Poland's finance minister, says the refugees coming to the EU could help with European demographics, but disagrees with Juncker's plan to introduce compulsory quotas.
*Germany has reached its limits- minister. BERLIN/ BRUSSELS, Sept 13- Germany re-imposed border controls on Sunday after Europe's most powerful nation acknowledged it could scarcely cope with thousands of asylum seekers arriving every day. "The aim of these measures is to limit the current inflows to Germany and to return to orderly procedures when people enter...
Michel Gabaudan, president of Refugees International, says Europe must come up with a plan to redistribute refugees among the European Union member states.
Many European politicians believe refugees entering Europe are just what a rapidly aging Europe needs to thrive.
Czech Finance Minister Andrej Babis says the Schengen borders should be closed to stop human smuggling and illegal migration. He also criticizes NATO.
Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg, Spitzberg Partners chairman, discusses why the refugees in Europe present a bigger problem for the euro zone than any currency concern or "Grexit."
Saying it's easier for Germany to accept refugees due to its low unemployment rate is reducing the debate to inappropriate levels says Pierre Gramegna, finance minister at Luxembourg.
Stephen Booth, co-director of Open Europe, says the a mandatory quota system for European countries accepting refugees could stir up political problems for the future.
Saudi Arabia’s Prince Turki Al-Faisal tells CNBC that refugees wouldn't be streaming into Europe if Syria’s President Assad was removed from power.
WASHINGTON/ LOS ANGELES, Sept 11- In early June, in cities across America, U.S. immigration agents arrested more than two dozen Chinese nationals with unfulfilled deportation orders, telling them that after years of delay, China was finally taking steps to provide the paperwork needed to expel them from the U.S. But, not for the first time, China failed to provide the...