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Busloads Of Refugees Arrive At Austria's Border

Hundreds of migrants began walking from Budapest to the Austrian border on Friday after becoming frustrated by Hungary's closing of rail links towards Germany. Meanwhile, Austria and Germany announced that they would allow migrants into their countries.
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In Russia, Weddings Can Be Dangerous Affairs

Police in Adygea, Russia, are creating special police detail for wedding parties, where guests celebrate by shooting guns in the air and driving recklessly.
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A Family's Tragedy, Captured On Camera, Focuses Attention On Crisis

Repeated stories of war zones and crime scenes can numb those who read and listen to them. But photographs of a little boy washed up on a beach, and the father who grieves for him, cut through.
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Check Out Life Spans Around The World — And Likely Years Of Ill Health

A new study looks at how long people live in 188 countries — and how they fare. Regardless of whether you're in a rich or poor nation, you'll probably face health issues for one-eighth of your life.
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Austrians Applaud As Busloads Of Syrian Refugees Cross Border

More than 1,000 weary Syrian refugees were greeted with food and applause at the Austrian border after arriving by busloads from a long, chaotic journey through Hungary.
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For Family Of Drowned Syrian Boy, 'There Was No Other Hope,' Uncle Says

Rocco Logozzo talks about his nephew, Aylan Kurdi, whose body washed up on a Turkish beach after a failed voyage from Turkey to Greece, and about the regret he and his wife feel for funding the trip.
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Journalist: Egypt's Anti-Terror Law Restricts Freedom Of Expression

NPR's Robert Siegel interviews Khaled Dawoud, deputy editor of Al Ahram weekly, about how the new anti-terrorism law in Egypt restricts the media.
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British Prime Minister Announces U.K. Will Take In More Migrants

NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with Guardian political editor Patrick Wintour about British Prime Minister David Cameron's announcement to allow more Syrian refugees into the UK.
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An Image Of A Child Can Change The Way We See The World

The photograph of the 3-year-old Syrian refugee who died is part of a long tradition: an iconic picture that shows a child at the mercy of tragedy.
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Migrants Begin Journey On Foot From Budapest To Austrian Border

Hundreds of migrants, frustrated by Hungary's closing of rail links towards Germany, began walking from Budapest to the Austrian border on Friday.

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