Leaders Seek Migrant Solution Before Time Runs Out
46:16 - Countries are arguing over how to cope with the scale of the worst humanitarian crisis since World War II. German Chancellor Angela Merkel said all European Union countries have a duty to offer shelter to refugees arriving on their soil, rebuffing Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban who called the region’s biggest flood of refugees since World War II a “German” problem. Meanwhile, British Prime Minister David Cameron yielded to pressure over the crisis and said Britain will take in "thousands more" refugees from Syria.
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