Migrants of several countries enter a local train with direction to the Hungarian-Austrian border at Keleti (East) railway station in Budapest on September 3, 2015. AFP PHOTO / PETER KOHALMI
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Divisions over how to handle the continent's biggest refugee crisis since World War Two could damage the "idea of Europe" Germany's labor minister said Thursday, calling for a fairer distribution of refugees within the EU.Nahles rejected comments by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban earlier in Brussels, who said that because so many migrants wanted to reach Germany, it was a "German problem".Hundreds of thousands of people, many fleeing war and poverty in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia, have reached Europe this year in a massive influx that has divided EU members and raised questions about the sustainability of the bloc's open-borders regime, one of its proudest achievements.
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