LONDON — A relentless stream of migrants continued to flow into Europe on Monday, as France, Germany and Britain moved to offer new assistance to deal with an influx that is severely testing the Continent’s ability to respond.
President François Hollande of France announced on Monday that his country would take in 24,000 asylum seekers over two years, Chancellor Angela Merkel said Germany would set aside 6 billion euros, about $6.7 billion, to deal with the crisis, and both leaders continued to push for a quota system tha...
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