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Detained Vice News staff to appear in Turkish court

Four men, who were detained while covering clashes in Diyarbakir province last week, set to appear in court on Monday.

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Emergency EU meeting called to tackle refugee crisis

September 14 meeting to be held amid calls to set up centres for arrivals and for list of "safe countries of origin".

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Figures show record influx of refugees into Europe

Border agency says over 100,000 crossed EU borders in July, signalling sharp rise in arrivals amid humanitarian crisis.

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Deadly protest over #Ukraine 'decentralisation' law

At least one policeman killed and 90 people injured as protesters clash with security forces outside parliament.

National Guard troops

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#France: #Hungary refugee fence not even fit for animals

Paris slams Hungary, gateway to EU from Eastern Europe, for erecting 175km fence to stop refugees as new talks called.

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Hundreds protest over smashing of Russian demon figure

Protesters denounce destruction of antique figure, ripped down by group who said it encouraged "open worship of Satan".

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Child refugees found in new #Austria truck hospitalised

Austrian police stop lorry containing 26 refugees, days after 71 people die in another vehicle.

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British Library rejects Taliban archive over terror law

National institution says documents are of academic value, but laws may restrict researchers' ability to access them.

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UN chief pleads with Europe to do more to save refugees

Ban Ki-Moon demands "collective response" after he was left "heartbroken" by deaths of refugees in separate incidents.

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Two pro-Kurdish MPs part of Turkey's interim government

President approves government that will lead nation until November 1 election, including two members of pro-Kurdish HDP.

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