Where are Ireland's refugees? / Merkel's Mistake
On World View this week: one year ago the EU laid out its plan for all member states to take their fair share of asylum seekers. Today it is clear the plan has not worked. Ireland has taken only 69 of its promised 2,600 refugees. What's the hold-up? Ruadhán Mac Cormaic reports.
In part two, Derek Scally is on the line from Berlin, where Angela Merkel's CSU party had a poor result in elections last week. Her open-door policy for Syrian refugees is blamed for diminished party prospects, and she is moving to reassure voters that matters are in hand. But what does that mean for Germany, Europe and the migrants?
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