Refugees from Afghanistan walk towards Serbia, continuing their journey further north from the transit center for refugees near the northern Macedonian village of Tabanovce, Saturday, Feb. 20, 2016. (AP Photo/Boris Grdanoski)
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Austria's combative interior minister rejected Saturday EU criticism of its cap of 80 asylum claims per day, saying a letter of complaint to her from the bloc's migration commissioner was "sent to the wrong address".Austria last year took in 90,000 asylum seekers, making it one of the highest recipients in the EU on a per-capita basis, while almost 10 times that number passed through, mostly to Germany and Sweden.Faced with a resurgent far-right opposition topping opinion polls, Austria's centrist government this week imposed the new cap and said only 3,200 migrants could pass through per day.
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