The EU just forced Austria to rethink its anti-migrant plan    

UPDATED at 10:55 a.m. EST to reflect Austria’s decision not to patrol the border. Austria has backed down from deploying troops and armored vehicles to patrol its border with Italy, a day after threatening to do so amid growing tensions in Europe over a surge of migrants arriving across the…

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Rome expressed fury yesterday after it emerged that Austria was preparing to send troops and armoured vehicles to its southern border with Italy to stop migrants entering the country. The Italian...