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A Compromise On Migration Keeps German Chancellor Angela Merkel In Power

Under the deal, migrants registered in other European Union countries will be held in transit centers as Germany negotiates their return, ending a threat to Merkel's 12-year ruling coalition.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel hammered out a last-minute deal to end a political standoff with her interior minister, Horst Seehofer, over the country's migration policy that threatened to collapse theircoalition government.

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