Angela Merkel faces resistance by the Bavarian CSU over the result of the EU asylum policy summit last week.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is about to find out whether party rebels against her migration policy are ready to back off or will push ahead with a political crisis that could deprive her of a parliamentary majority.
German chancellor Angela Merkel is facing resistance by the Bavarian CSU over the result of the EU asylum policy summit last week, interior minister Horst Seehofer announces a "declaration" for today. 2018-07-02 01:15:23 (First version)
German Chancellor Angela Merkel fac e s resistance by the Bavarian CSU over the result of the EU asylum policy summit last week. (Current version)
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