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Tel Aviv
3 Italians take refuge in UN office in Gaza

3 Italians take refuge in UN office in Gaza

 
Niamey
No govt 'catwalk' on Battisti arrest - Conte

No govt 'catwalk' on Battisti arrest - Conte

 
Milan
No Battisti harshness but mistakes must be paid for

No Battisti harshness but mistakes must be paid for

 
Niamey
Pleased Juncker admits mistakes - Conte

Pleased Juncker admits mistakes - Conte

 
Brussels
Uncertainty calls into question EU - Draghi

Uncertainty calls into question EU - Draghi

 
Florence
Cop sentenced to over 4 yrs for raping US student

Cop sentenced to over 4 yrs for raping US student

 
Turin
Soccer: Right to play in Jeddah says Chiellini

Soccer: Right to play in Jeddah says Chiellini

 
Brussels
Economy weaker than expected, stimulus needed - Draghi

Economy weaker than expected, stimulus needed - Draghi

 
Rome
Stalemate over Regeni says Pignatone

Stalemate over Regeni says Pignatone

 
Rome
Basic income to 254,146 families with disabled members

Basic income to 254,146 families with disabled members

 
Orsitano
Battisti meets jail chaplain

Battisti meets jail chaplain

 

Rome

EU to change rules on migration in 2016

Avramapoulos 'not satisfied with EU plan implementation'

EU to change rules on migration in 2016

Rome, January 14 - European Migration and Home Affairs Commissioner Dimitris Avramapoulos on Thursday announced that the EU will change its rules on migration in 2016. "In 2016 we'll present a new global package of measures on the migration and integration front: I'm thinking of a radical revision of European asylum and 'Dublin'," he said, referring to the rule that requires migrants to register and seek residency in the first EU country they enter. "We've done great work but I'm not satisfied with the implementation of the EU Plan. The results aren't what were expected. There needs to be a bigger effort on the part of member states," he said. Avramopoulos said the migrant crisis is "putting the heart of Europe in danger" and that Italy must increase the number of repatriations of migrants who don't have the requisites necessary to stay in Europe. "If Schengen falls, we'll all pay an enormous economic and political price," he said, referring to the visa waiver program that abolished passport checks at internal EU borders. Meanwhile in Italy, Justice Minister Andrea Orlando said the postponement of a decree to abolish illegal immigration as a crime is not "sine die", or without a final date. Orlando said the postponement is linked to "a systematic rethinking" on immigration, in order to transform the intervention into a "wider package". Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin told Spanish weekly Vida Nueva that the EU must find "quick and shared" solutions to the migrant emergency. "Europe has the necessary judicial, technical, and above all cultural tools to face the migrant question in a way that's respectful of the dignity and rights both of its citizens and those of migrants," Parolin said.

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