BICSKE, Hungary/MUGLA, Turkey - Migrants forced from a train in Hungary scuffled with helmeted riot police and some clung to railway tracks on Thursday, as politicians across Europe struggled to respond to public opinion appalled by images of a drowned 3-year-old boy. | Video
BUDAPEST/BICSKE, Hungary - Europeans risk becoming a minority on their own continent, Hungary's right-wing prime minister said on Friday, defending his country's hardline stand on migrants after hundreds spent the night stranded on a train surrounded by police.
WARSAW - The European Union has to tackle the reasons for the arrival of migrants and not only focus on how to share them between countries, because otherwise Europe may soon face millions of them, Poland's foreign minister Grzegorz Schetyna said.
BERLIN - German police said on Friday five people were injured when a fire broke out at a refugee shelter in the town of Heppenheim in the West German state of Hesse.
BUDAPEST - Hungary must protect its borders and enforce European Union rules on migration also among migrants camped out at Budapest's eastern railway station, Prime Minister Viktor Orban told public radio on Friday.
ASHLAND, Ky. - A Kentucky county clerk was jailed on Thursday for refusing to issue marriage licenses to gay couples, and a full day of court hearings failed to put an end to her two-month-old legal fight over a U.S. Supreme Court ruling upholding same-sex marriage. | Video
- Republican presidential candidates were split over whether a county clerk in Kentucky, who was jailed on Thursday, should be forced to issue same-sex marriage licenses despite her religious objections.
SINGAPORE/TOKYO - Asian shares extended losses on Friday as caution over a U.S. jobs report overshadowed signals from the European Central Bank that it is willing to take further steps to shore up the European economy.
WASHINGTON - Saudi King Salman will meet with U.S. President Barack Obama in Washington on Friday to seek more support in countering Iran, as the Obama administration aims to use the visit to shore up relations after a period of tensions.
BEIJING - China's military reforms will be difficult and risky as they require a fundamental change in thinking and could affect special interest groups, the armed forces official paper said on Friday following the announcement of a 300,000 troop cut.
Edward Snowden, the former U.S. spy agency contractor who leaked details of the government's mass surveillance programs, has weighed in on Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server.