German chancellor calls emergency summit with government leaders amid claims her coalition is so divided that it is incapable of tackling crisis
Kate Connolly in Berlin
Angela Merkel is under mounting pressure to stem the arrival of refugees into Germany before an emergency summit of government leaders on how to deal with the crisis.
The German chancellor has called the crisis talks over the weekend amid widespread accusations her grand coalition is so riven over the issue that its ability to act is being severely affected.
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