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Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann has blamed Germany's open door policy as well as a lack of cooperation between EU member states on the refugee crisis and has said that Austria will no longer be a ‘distribution hub’ for refugees.
Faymann shifted the responsibility for tackling the refugee crisis on Germany by saying that it “should set up a daily quota and then bring these refugees directly from Greece, Turkey or Jordan," as he gave an interview to the Austrian Kurier on Tuesday.

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Heavy trucks amassed at the Belarusian-Lithuanian border because of suspended freight traffic between Russia and Poland, the State Border Committee of Belarus said on its website Sunday.

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The German chancellery has recently been spooked by the idea that Russia might revive its “KGB methods of Cold War propaganda” in an attempt to destabilize Germany; it has therefore tasked its intelligence service to investigate whether the Kremlin really wants to “divide Europe” or are the fears just “an uncontrolled Internet rumor?”

German authorities have expressed concern over what they describe as “exaggerated” Russian coverage of the recent events in the country.

Military Report from 16.02.16 Eduard Basurin, English Subtitles