After what seemed to be an endless round of contentious talks that ran into the wee hours of Friday morning, European leaders wrapped up their two-day summit in Brussels with a tentative deal on migration and Eurozone reforms.
“It is far too early to talk about success, but we have managed to reach an agreement in the European Council. But this is the easiest part of the task compared to what awaits us when we start implementing everything,” said European Council President Donald Tusk, who sa...
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