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>> Angela Merkel has got her work cut out at an Emergency EU meeting Sunday to agree a plan on what to do about immigration. Germany is at the heart of the issue dividing Europe, and Merkel is facing pressure at home from her conservative allies, the CSU, to get other European countries to take more migrants.
The German chancellor's open door approach during the migrant crisis of 2014, so more than 1.6 million end to Germany. That shaken the popularity for ruling coalition. And if she persuade EU partners to take more of a sheriff the migrants her own interior minister who will see how far has threatened to turn people away who've already applied for asylum in other EU states.
Merkel faces tough resistance beyond Germany too. Bulgaria freaks on poll once the EU's external borders to be shut completely to migrants. Merkel has played down chances of a breakthrough at the talks calling them an initial exchange. They'll be followed by full EU summit next week, where she will need all the support she can get.