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Case for German immigration remains strong

Avaaz's activists wear masks depicting EU leaders (L-R) Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban, Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel, France's President Francois Hollande, Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajo and Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron during a demonstration in Brussels Sep 14, 2015.


ANGELA Merkel needs to stick to her guns. The German chancellor's surprise decision on Sept 13 to suspend passportless travel with Austria and re-introduce border controls sounds a retrograde step. But it's also unsurprising, given the tightrope she is walking.

Ms Merkel's

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