Austria, Germany seeking to restrict movement within Schengen

With anti-immigration parties running Austria and Italy and German Chancellor Merkel increasingly under pressure from the far right, the free movement of the Schengen Area may become more restricted.

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    Austria and Germany are looking for ways to work together along their shared border to keep undocumented migrants out.

    But they'll have to find a way around the Schengen Zone agreement which ensures border-free travel within the European Union.

    It's a heated issue in both countries - and nearly split Germany's coalition government earlier this month.

    Al Jazeera's Dominic Kane reports from Bavaria.


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