Germany and France call for joint EU immigration policy

In the past few days, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has had to concede on immigration policy to her domestic CSU allies, promising a European solution.

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    Germany and France have called for a joint European Union (EU) approach to migration.

    The German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, is under pressure over the issue.

    Her coalition partner, the Christian Social Union (CSU), has given her two weeks to reach an EU-wide deal, or it will withdraw its support.

    Al Jazeera's Dominic Kane reports from Berlin.


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