Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo is seen arriving to attend the second day of an European Union Summit held at the EU Council building in Brussels, on March 18, 2016. / AFP / THIERRY CHARLIER
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Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo Wednesday said Warsaw would not take in its share of migrants under an EU plan because of the jihadist attacks that killed 31 people in Brussels.Poland is the first EU member to take such a step after Tuesday's bombings at the Brussels airport and metro, which also left 270 wounded – including three Poles – and were claimed by ISIS. Last year alone some 1.2 million people flooded into the EU, most of them Syrians fleeing via Turkey and Greece.The first refugees were due to arrive in Poland in late March or early April, after EU leaders forced through a one-off controversial deal last September to relocate 120,000 refugees among member states.
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