An extra €1 billion (£733 million) has been pledged by EU leaders to help tackle the refugee crisis.
European Council President Donald Tusk said the money will be used to help Syrian refugees in the Middle East and distributed via the UN High Commissioner for Refugees and the World Food Programme.
The figure was agreed following an emergency meeting of EU leaders in Brussels, where a number of other measures were agreed.
Mr Tusk said the current chaos on EU borders must end and that "hotspots" would be set up by the end of November.
"The measures we have agreed today will not end the crisis but they are all necessary steps in the right direction," he said.
The latest EU emergency summit has to done very little to solve the refugee crisis other than create bitter arguments between members.
European leaders have been told their collective pledge of more than one billion euros will not end an accelerating refugee crisis.
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