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  • Associated Press

    Migrants at Hungary border become part of election campaign

    A group of migrants huddles beside a small, smoky fire inside an abandoned building in northern Serbia, the last moments of warmth before they set out into the driving snow toward the razor wire, cameras and sensors of Hungary's electrified border fence. A few hours later, they return, their efforts to cross through Hungary and toward Western Europe thwarted by the three-meter (10-foot) fence and heavy Hungarian police patrols which, after intercepting them, escorted them back across the border into Serbia. “I’m going to Austria, I’m going to Germany, I’m going to the Netherlands," says Muhtar Ahmad, a 26-year-old from Aleppo, Syria, who is squatting with around 35 other migrants in the makeshift camp outside the Serbian village of Majdan, a mile (less than two kilometers) from the Hungarian border.

  • Reuters

    Tonga struggles with ash, psychological trauma after eruption and tsunami

    Families have stopped children playing outside as Tonga struggles to deal with ash and the psychological fallout of last week's volcanic eruption and tsunami, aid workers and residents said. Communication with the outside world remained difficult on Sunday, with few internet services, and outlying islands still cut off from the phone service. The Red Cross said it was providing not only tents, food, water and toilets to 173 households on Tonga's main island, but also comfort.

  • Blue-Turf

    Defense shines as Boise St. beats San Diego St. 42-37

    SAN DIEGO (AP) Boise State held San Diego State to 37 points on 28.1% shooting en route to a 42-37 win on Saturday