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Poland, Hungary broke EU laws by refusing to host migrants: court adviser

Reuters Thursday, 31 October 2019
Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic broke the law by refusing to take in asylum seekers coming to the European Union during the chaotic summer of 2015, an advisory body to the bloc's highest court said on Thursday.
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