Chancellor Angela Merkel and her rebellious Bavarian allies searched Monday for a way to resolve a standoff over migration after Germany's interior minister offered to resign, but a compromise looked elusive in the dispute that has rocked her government. Her unpopular policy was a large reason why her party, the Christian Democratic Union, crashed and burned in last September's elections.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Interior Minister Horst Seehofer arrive for a CDU/CSU fraction meeting in Berlin, Germany, July 3, 2018.
Speaking to reporters Merkel stressed that the compromise was in keeping with European Union rules.
Seehofer and Merkel, who have long had a hard relationship, have sparred over migrant policy on and off since 2015.
At the national level, Merkel proposes that migrants arriving in Germany who first registered in another European Union country should be placed in special "admission centres" under restrictive conditions, according to a document she sent to the CSU and SPD.
Public anger and fear about the newcomers has given rise to the far-right, anti-Islam Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, which entered parliament past year and threatens Seehofer's CSU in Bavarian state polls in October.
Following marathon talks at the Brussels summer summit, European leaders eventually reached a compromise on migration in the early hours of Friday.
Despite the drama over Mr. Seehofer's resignation threat on Sunday, several political analysts said the most likely outcome was for both parties to walk back and find a last-minute compromise.
However, according to das Bild, Seehofer called the meeting on Saturday evening an "ineffective conversation".
The agreement sets up zones along the border with Austria to facilitate quick deportations for migrants not allowed to seek asylum in Germany.
Merkel's other coalition, the Social Democratic Party, has yet to agree to the deal.
It's meant to dovetail with a migration pact reached by the bloc's leaders last week under pressure from the CSU, which includes pledges by some European Union countries to take back asylum seekers rejected by Germany.
Police are now reviewing surveillance footage in the area as well as interviewing neighbors to determine what happened. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said he spoke to area residents, saying that everyone was shocked by the deaths .
They signed Elfrid Payton to a one-year deal, but are likely still in the market for a point guard given Payton's limitations. James told Los Angeles executives this week he likes Ball's game and "is excited to play with him", according to ESPN.
Their tally of only two goals scored is the lowest of the 16 teams left in the competition although they remain unbeaten. Subs: Livakovic, Corluka, Kovacic, Kramaric, Jedvaj, Bradaric, Caleta-Car, Badelj, Pjaca, Pivaric, Lovre Kalinic.
Indeed, Argentinian journalist Fernando Niembro has even accused the captain of taking over squad selection duties from Sampaoli. Messi , however, is the kind of player who can make the difference at any time and Les Bleus are well aware of that.
It was the second-earliest goal scored by a Belgium player at a World Cup after Leopold Anoul scored in the fifth minute in 1954. Belgium go into the second half with a narrow 2-1 lead, despite dominating for large spells of the first 45 minutes.
Iran , meanwhile, face Portugal on the same day needing a win to progress at the expense of Cristiano Ronaldo and Co. But Hierro, like Iniesta , has no intention of being the man who steered Spain to an unthinkable World Cup disaster.
The last time this "golden generation" of Red Devils thought they had a soft draw they blew it, coach Roberto Martínez said. But Southgate said: "We want to win football matches, so we're not happy to come away from here having been beaten".
The midfielder was more accurate two minutes later as he thundered a volley into the back of the net to open the scoring. Argentina supporters in Buenos Aires react to Marcos Rojo's game-winner late in the second half against Nigeria .
There are ongoing debates about whether the election was "free", amid reports of ballot stuffing and vote rigging. Sadi Guven said the president "received the absolute majority of all valid votes", BBC reported.
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A video review reversed the decision to award a penalty kick and Neymar's frustrations a few minutes later led to a yellow card. Belgium or Japan, who lock horns at 7pm this evening, await them in that last-eight clash in Kazan on Friday night.
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The Germany keeper bobbled the ball and needed to swipe the rebound away from the attackers after a spectacular dive. "We're not going to the last 16, but we did manage to beat the champions and the world number one team", he added.
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