News Migrants help a fellow man, who became ill by the railway tracks in Bicske, 35 kms west of Budapest, Hungary, 04 September 2015. According to reports the man later died.
UN refugee agency says the 50-year-old man fell and hit his head on tracks
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Refugees arriving in Hungary
At the bottom of the list come Italy, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Estonia and Latvia
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Russian President Vladimir Putin delivers a speech at the Russia's first ever Eastern Economic Forum
Move is a direct challenge to state-funded Russia Today
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Austen Harrison died days after the mirror fell on him
Austen Harrison sustained huge skull injuries at the store in Bicester
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Disturbing images show badly beaten man outside the store
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The fire engulfed the Kentucky factory
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Rebekah Brooks
In a video posted online Mark Hanna said: 'I intend to tell you everything that I know, which I’m sure will shock everybody'
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Boy was also suffering from a skin infection and lice infestation
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Ken Livingstone believes Jeremy Corbyn’s distance from policymakers in the past will appeal to voters
Ken Livingstone: Why I think Corbyn could lead Britain
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James Ibori (centre, wearing a blue cap), governor of Nigeria’s Delta state, received a 13-year jail term for embezzling £50m in scams
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Maisie Phillips, 3, was separated from her parents
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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump
Could be his most awkward foreign policy interview to date
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'This text could have existed during the Prophet’s early childhood'
Carbon-dating of a text kept at Birmingham University suggests it was already in circulation during Mohamed's lifetime
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An 11-year-old has shot dead a 16-year-old intruder according to American news reports
Child shot 16-year-old boy on front porch
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José Amaya Guardado was lured into a forest in July and hacked to death
Officials face questions over how gang lured boy to his death
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Mary Shipstone
The man then turned the gun on himself
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Eight Among drugs have been “de-listed”
NHS cuts to drugs fund means 23 treatments will no longer be funded from November
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Kampala, where British police are working with their Ugandan counterparts to repatriate stolen cars
Gangs steal high-value British vehicles to order and ship them as far as Uganda, with the help of corrupt officials. Zoe Flood in Nairobi investigates a sophisticated operation
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The snake-like creatures were once a common sight in the country's waterways
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Single people take part in a speed dating event in New York
...but 'ambivalent sexism' could be to blame, as the reverse is not true

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