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Africa's population boom fuels 'unstoppable' migration to Europe

DAKAR/AGADEZ (Reuters) - When German Chancellor Angela Merkel toured three African nations this week for talks on curbing migration to Europe, the leader of the world's poorest country, Niger, suggested it would take a "Marshall Plan" of massive aid to stop people coming.
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