French PM rejects permanent European quota for refugees

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Manuel Valls said France, which has pledged to take 30,000 of the 160,000 refugees to be absorbed by European countries, 'won't take any more'.

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French Prime Minister Manuel Valls rejected on Saturday the idea of a permanent quota system for distributing refugees across Europe, putting Paris at odds with Germany ahead of a summit to discuss the EU crisis over migration, reports Reuters.