Europe Nears Accord With Turkey to Stem Tide of Refugees

ALLETTA, Malta — The European Union appeared a step closer on Thursday to a deal with Turkey that would represent its most ambitious attempt yet in trying to regulate the flow of migrants to the Continent.

At the end of a two-day summit meeting on the Mediterranean island of Malta, officials with the European Union said they had agreed to offer Turkey 3 billion euros, or about $3.2 billion, over the next two years to help Turkey cope with the more than two million Syrian refugees who had sought refuge there.

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