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Police in Hungary have been in a stand-off with hundreds of migrants outside Budapest's main railway station as Europe's refugee crisis escalates.
Britain has become the first country to implement a vaccination program for all newborn babies against meningitis B, which is fatal in one in 10 cases.
A BBC wildlife show presenter brought an interview to a halt when a blue whale was spotted nearby.
Pope Francis has called on priests to pardon women who have abortions, and the doctors who perform them, during the upcoming Jubilee year.
Tyler, the Creator has accused UK officials of locking him in a detention cell and treating him like a "criminal" and a "terrorist".
A dog owner in the United Kingdom says she's "over the moon" to be back with her stolen pug, Lola.
ACT and the Maori Party both say NZ should respond to the crisis in Europe by raising its refugee quota of 750 a year.
Ukraine is reeling after fierce clashes in Kiev killed 2 policemen and wounded 140 people outside parliament.
Hungarian police have evacuated Budapest's main international rail station as hundreds of migrants tried to board trains to western Europe.
The Dutch government says it will appeal against a court ruling ordering it to slash greenhouse gases across the country by 25 percent by 2020.
The government is under pressure from opposition parties to increase the number of refugees New Zealand accepts each year.
Officials from Sweden and Ecuador have met to discuss an agreement on "legal assistance" in criminal cases.
A regional governor in Poland says he has serious doubts about the alleged discovery of a Nazi gold train.
UK police could soon be considering tipoffs from so-called psychics, witches and clairvoyants to help them solve cases.
Animals at a private Russian zoo have been caught up and trapped in floodwaters, with a number dying and others being half-submerged despite efforts to save them.
It's been a day of heightened security across several European countries as authorities boost efforts to control migrant numbers.
German chancellor Angela Merkel expects the number of migrant seekers to quadruple to 800,000 in 2016. She says the load of migrants needs to be shared across Europe, referring to the 175km razor wire fence on the Hungarian border.
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