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Hungary to hold referendum on refugee quotas

Prime minister's office says referendum will be held later this year on quotas for resettlement of refugees.

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Far-right AfD says Islam not welcome in Germany

Religion not compatible with constitution, says anti-immigration party which also proposes banning minarets and burqas.

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Brussels attack: Airport reopens after ISIL attacks

Facility has gradually been restarting operations after March bombings that killed 32 people in the Belgian city.

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May Day observed from Turkey to Taiwan

Trade unions and other groups stage rallies and events around the world to mark International Workers Day.

May Day

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Greece removes refugees from Athens due to tourist rush

Government moves tens of thousands of refugees to Athens outskirts as the summer tourist season begins to warm up.

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Ukraine crisis: Troops killed in east despite truce

Clashes leave two soldiers dead and four wounded, just hours after truce approved by both sides in Minsk takes effect.

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Germany: 400 arrested at protest against AfD congress

Left-wing protesters clash with AfD party members and police at anti-immigration party's meeting in Stuttgart.

AfD congress

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Bodies found after helicopter crashes in Norway

Officials say all 13 people on board aircraft are presumed dead after crash off country's west coast.

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UK: Labour suspends Ken Livingstone in 'Zionism' row

Opposition party suspends the former mayor of London for arguing Adolf Hitler "supported Zionism before he went mad".

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Auschwitz trial: Ex-guard admits serving in death camp

Reinhold Hanning told a court he was ashamed of service at camp where nearly a million Jews were murdered.

Reinhold Hanning

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