Muslimpress:As the refugees’ crisis continues in Europe and the Anti - ISIS coalition hits the area harder, the EU leaders have pledged more money to help U. N. Also, as part of renewed efforts to tackle the EU's migrant crisis, European Union leaders have pledged another €1bn (£700m, $1.1bn) to help UN agencies support Syrian refugees in the Middle East. More help will be extended to Syria's neighbors, where millions have fled since the country's conflict began. The leaders also agreed on strengthening EU external borders. European Council President Donald Tusk warned that "greatest tide of refugees and migrants is yet to come". "We need to correct the policy of open doors and windows," he said. About half a million migrants have arrived in Europe this year, exposing deep divisions within the EU. The emergency summit in Brussels got under way amid a bitter row over the relocation of 120,000 migrants.