European Union and African leaders gathered at a summit in Malta on November 11 for talks on joint action on the migration crisis.
As reported by the Agence France-Presse (AFP), the EU chiefs plan to offer their African counterparts funds in exchange for help stemming a migrant influx generating political and economic headaches for governments across Europe.
The EU is offering up to €3.6bn to persuade African leaders to take back more economic migrants, a step many African countries are re...
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