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October, 27, 2016

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Low turnout voids Hungary refugee ballot
Low voter turnout invalidated Hungary's referendum on European Union refugee quotas, even though citizens voted overwhelmingly in support of the government's opposition to any future, mandatory EU plans to relocate asylum-seekers.
Rebel miners in Ukraine choose hard toil over bullets
"You either steal, fight or dig."
Follow the money trail is an adage of investigative journalism. But can that approach reveal the identity of a globally popular author? Some fans of Elena Ferrante's novels think that's going too far.
The armed robbery of U.S. celebrity Kim Kardashian was an isolated event that does not cast doubt on security in the French capital, Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo said Monday.
Oktoberfest goes out with a bang
Bavarian riflemen and women in traditional costumes fire their muzzle loaders in front of the "Bavaria" statue on the last day at the 183rd Oktoberfest beer festival in Munich, southern Germany, Monday, Oct. 3.
Germany called Sunday for asylum seekers who entered the European Union via Greece to be forced to return there, while also urging Athens to send more migrants back to Turkey.
Hungary votes on EU refugee quotas
Hungarians were voting Sunday in a referendum called by Prime Minister Viktor Orban's government to seek support for its opposition to any future, mandatory European Union quotas for accepting relocated asylum seekers.
British Prime Minister Theresa May said Sunday that Britain would start the formal process for leaving the European Union by the end of March 2017.
Pope Francis arrived in Azerbaijan on Sunday for a 10-hour visit aimed at encouraging the country's inter-religious harmony while likely overlooking recent criticism of a referendum that extends the president's term and powers.
Hungary PM banks on anti-migrant vote to defy EU 'elite'
Hungarians on Sunday began voting on the EU's troubled refugee quota plan, in a referendum aimed at boosting Prime Minister Viktor Orban's self-styled campaign to defend Europe against the "threat of mass migration".
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