A deal to try to bring about an end to the migrant crisis affecting Europe has been delayed again after talks in Brussels could not achieve a breakthrough. European leaders said they had reached the outlines for a possible deal with Ankara to return thousands of migrants to Turkey and said they were confident a full agreement could be reached at a summit next week. It comes after it was announced Turkey is seeking an extra three billion euros in aid under a deal with the EU to curb the flow of migrants to the continent, as revealed by European Parliament head Martin Schulz. Scroll down for video European council president, Donald Tusk, centre, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, left, and President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, right, speak at a press conference in Brussels revealing no deal has been reached German Chancellor Angela Merkel welcomed assurances from Turkey that it would make greater effort to ‘contain irregular migration’ From left, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, Turkish EU Affairs Minister Volkan Bozkir, and Merkel pictured at the summit European leaders said they had reached ‘outlines’ for a possible deal but another summit has been arranged for March 17 to continue… Read full this story
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