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italian police dragging away migrants camped out on the french border , nnnnn forcing them into cars nnnnn forcing them into boxes nnnnn , nnnnn , at the crossing between france and italy this is europe struggle with migrants , nearly sixty thousand arriving here in italy from north africa so far this year but nations like france losing their borders to rem's dismay unwilling to take a share of the burden , it means i think the moment has a right to say with force with this problem we can't be blinded by national interests , there is a need for every country to take an interest and work together , and this was the meeting that was supposed to find an answer e. u. ministers sitting down to hammer out a deal for resettling forty thousand asylum seekers , the plan in theory would see quotas for each of the twenty eight member states , sharing the strain with italy and greece , but after five hours of debate on tuesday no agreements , the toxic talk on migration just shunted down the road , spoons for an e. u. summit in brussels next week