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The German Chancellor's comments come in the wake of rising criticism of Germany's large migrant intake
Patience is running out in the border town of Passau which has borne the brunt of the influx
The disappearance and subsequent reappearance of Ms Pazsitka has been described as one of the most bizarre missing person cases in German police history
There were 5,600 asylum applications in Belgium in August, but the weekly flow of asylum applicants into Brussels has now reached 1,900
Volkswagen scandal: Angela Merkel's government accused of being 'in bed' with the German car industry
Green politician says government deliberately ignored EU demands to outlaw controversial computer software
'I am worried about the future, because the situation is changing every hour – we fear for our jobs'
Setting up EU administered 'hot spots' in Greece and Italy will also be high on the agenda
EU’s top diplomat has warned that the continent's credibility is on the line
The eagerness to help is so great the city now has waiting lists for volunteers
Tempted by the promise of four wives, Ebrahim B joined up and travelled to Syria – only to be arrested as a spy
The city's conservative-led council has voted by a large majority to continue an 11-year ban on them following objections from a Jewish community leader
Athletes from 36 countries will compete in the austere, stone amphitheatre built for Hitler's 1936 Olympics
France's president François Hollande suggests French solidarity rather than German austerity has saved the day
A small town has witnessed ugly scenes as neo-Nazis besiege the Hotel Leonardo, an illustration of the country’s mounting xenophobia
Greek PM pledges to introduce tax and pension measures to avert national bankruptcy and an exit from the euro
One MP described the Greek government as 'rip-off merchants' and 'conmen'