French Prime Minister Manuel Valls (R) leaves a bilateral room at the World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting in Davos, on January 21, 2016. / AFP / FABRICE COFFRINI
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The European Union could unravel if member states fail to agree a common approach to the refugee crisis and security challenges in the next few months, leaders meeting in the Swiss resort of Davos warned Thursday.A day after Austria announced a formal cap on the number of refugees it would allow in this year, raising pressure on German Chancellor Angela Merkel to do the same, top European politicians pleaded for a deal in which states would agree to accept quotas of refugees.Lofven and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said Europe had six to eight weeks to find a solution.French Prime Minister Manuel Valls said the refugee crisis and security challenge in Europe posed existential threats.
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