WASHINGTON – The United States came under more pressure Sunday to help Europe find sanctuary for a flood of immigrants displaced by war and chaos, but Washington showed no signs of planning a dramatic increase in its intake of refugees.
David Miliband, head of the International Rescue Committee and a former British foreign secretary, called on the United States to bring out “the kind of leadership America has shown on these kind of issues” in the past.
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