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Denmark's centre right-wing prime minister on Sunday said he would seek a revision of the UN Refugee Convention, as Europe faces its worst migration crisis since World War II.The prime minister believes the European Union, of which Denmark is a member, should lead an effort to modify the convention, which came into law just six years after World War II ended.From January to November, 18,000 people requested refugee status in tiny Denmark, which is home to some six million people.
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