European Countries Move to Slow Migrant Surge

A number of European countries are beginning to restrict entry to the great surge of migrants from the Middle East and Africa. As reported in The Washington Post, “Increasingly, nations are taking matters into their own hands, putting up policies aimed at cutting the migrant flow and weeding out all but those most at risk from war. This is taking place amid rising security fears in Europe after the terrorist attacks in Paris by assailants that included militants who disguised themselves as migrants, as well as hundreds of sexual assaults in Cologne, Germany, on New Year’s Eve in which asylum seekers are among the suspects.”



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