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World - Poland says EU migrant quota proposal `makes no sense`

WARSAW (Reuters) - A European Commission proposal to systematically distribute asylum seekers across the EU `makes no sense` and violates member countries` rights, Polish Interior Minister Mariusz Blaszczak said on Wednesday. Earlier on Wednesday, the European Commission proposed a system of distributing asylum seekers that aims to ease the load on frontline states like Greece and Italy. The plan envisages mandatory payments for refusing to accommodate migrants. `This is a bad system ... It makes no sense, it violates EU member states` rights,` Blaszczak told reporters. ...

Wednesday, May 04, 2016  14:22


World - EU approves extending border checks at internal Schengen frontiers

By Francesco Guarascio and Gabriela Baczynska BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission approved on Wednesday extending by six months controls at several frontiers inside the free-travel Schengen area, saying checks were justified by deficiencies in Greece`s management of the bloc`s external border. Border controls between Schengen countries are usually not allowed, but in a situation of emergency, such as Europe`s migration crisis, checks can be reintroduced for a maximum of two years. `There is still considerable migratory pressure at our external border, and large numbers of migrants present in Greece,` Commission Vice President Frans Timmermans said.

Wednesday, May 04, 2016  13:45


World - Leicester City`s Ranieri is `King of England`, says mum

Claudio Ranieri`s triumph with Leicester City in England has more than made amends for his unsuccessful time at Roma, according to the Italian`s 96-year-old mother. `I`m sorry about how it finished for him at Roma: we`ve always been a big Roma-supporting family,` Renata Ranieri told La Repubblica newspaper on Wednesday. `He took over (at Roma) when the season had already started.

Wednesday, May 04, 2016  16:12


Europe - E.U. May Grant Turkey Visa-Free Travel

The European Commission said on Wednesday that member states will vote on a proposal to allow visa-free travel within Europe for citizens of Turkey if that country meets some requirements.

Wednesday, May 04, 2016  15:54


World - Central Europeans rebuff EU plan to share out migrants

Central European countries dismissed on Wednesday the EU executive`s proposals to share out migrants among member states, saying any plans for forced relocation of people were unacceptable or, in Hungary`s view, amounted to blackmail. The European Commission published legislative proposals to reform EU asylum rules, including a `fairness mechanism` under which each of the 28 member states would be assigned a percentage quota of all asylum seekers in the bloc that it would be expected to handle. Central European countries fought the EU`s decision last year to relocate 160,000 asylum seekers, with Hungary and Slovakia challenging the decision in EU courts, and the new proposal also ran into immediate stark opposition.

Wednesday, May 04, 2016  15:36


Europe - EU sets out road to Turkey visa deal

The European Commission recommends granting visa-free travel to Turkish citizens, but says Turkey has yet to fulfil key conditions.

Wednesday, May 04, 2016  14:04


Market - L.A. Mayor: `Trump is on the wrong side of history`

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, whose grandparents were Mexican, criticized Donald Trump for the candidates` incendiary comments about Latinos.

Wednesday, May 04, 2016  16:12


World - Western countries urge Kenya to take steps for smooth polls

NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) Eleven representatives of western countries in Kenya say voters must have confidence that the electoral commission and judiciary are impartial and efficient ahead of polls next year.

Wednesday, May 04, 2016  16:12


World - Factbox: EU proposal for `automatic` distribution of asylum-seekers

By Gabriela Baczynska BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission made a proposal on Wednesday to automatically distribute asylum-seekers across the EU from member states overwhelmed by arrivals. Below are the main points of the proposal, which would help ease the burden on frontline countries like Greece and Italy, and require the backing of the majority of the 28 member states as well as the European Parliament. * Depending on the number of asylum seekers in the European Union, each country would be assigned a `fair share`, based on the size of its population and economy.

Wednesday, May 04, 2016  16:12


World - Turkish has met all criteria for visa liberalization: EU minister

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey believes it has met all 72 criteria set by the European Union for a deal granting Turks visa-free travel in the bloc and the European Commission has largely confirmed this, Turkey`s EU Minister, Volkan Bozkir, said on Wednesday. He was speaking at a news conference after the bloc`s executive recommended EU governments ease visa requirements for Turkish travelers in an effort to keep a vital migration accord on track. (Reporting by Gulsen Solaker and Seda Sezer; Writing by Daren Butler; Editing by David Dolan)

Wednesday, May 04, 2016  13:45

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