European Union leaders edged toward an agreement with Turkey to halt the inflow of migrants, with the Turkish government jacking up the price for serving as the EU’s defensive barrier.
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu caught EU leaders off-balance with a plea for last-minute concessions at a Brussels summit, calling on the bloc to double its financial aid to Turkey to €6 billion. Turkey paired that request with its most serious offer yet...
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