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EU and Tunisia must stem illegal migration while respecting human rights - Manfred Weber


The EU must work with Tunisia to bring the number of illegal migrants down while respecting their right to human dignity, the leader of the centre-right European People’s Party (EPP), Manfred Weber, told Euronews.

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