French PM rejects permanent quota system for refugees

Migrant child looks out of a train window at a train station in the town of SidBy Andreas Rinke and Tatiana Jancarikova MUNICH/BRATISLAVA (Reuters) – French Prime Minister Manuel Valls rejected on Saturday the idea of a permanent quota system for distributing refugees across Europe, putting Paris at odds with Germany ahead of a summit to discuss the EU crisis over migration. Speaking to reporters at a security conference in Munich, Valls said France would stick to its pledge to take on 30,000 of the 160,000 refugees European countries have agreed to divide among themselves, but would not accept additional numbers. “We won’t take any more,” Valls said.

Migrant child looks out of a train window at a train station in the town of SidBy Andreas Rinke and Tatiana Jancarikova MUNICH/BRATISLAVA (Reuters) – French Prime Minister Manuel Valls rejected on Saturday the idea of a permanent quota system for distributing refugees across Europe, putting Paris at odds with Germany ahead of a summit to discuss the EU crisis over migration. Speaking to reporters at a security conference in Munich, Valls said France would stick to its pledge to take on 30,000 of the 160,000 refugees European countries have agreed to divide among themselves, but would not accept additional numbers. "We won't take any more," Valls said.


3 Border Policemen lightly hurt in chase after Palestinians

Vehicle transporting Palestinians who illegally crossed into Israel tries to evade capture by trying to ran over Border Policemen and ramming into their jeep; in earlier attack, 17-year-old Palestinian girl fails to stab IDF soldier, accidentally stabs…

Vehicle transporting Palestinians who illegally crossed into Israel tries to evade capture by trying to ran over Border Policemen and ramming into their jeep; in earlier attack, 17-year-old Palestinian girl fails to stab IDF soldier, accidentally stabs Palestinian passerby.