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Updated Refugee crisis: Hungary says it will bus hundreds of refugees to Austrian border video
In a surprise late announcement, the Hungarian government says it will offer buses to take hundreds of refugees to the border with Austria. Earlier today, some 1,200 frustrated refugees left the Keleti train terminal in Budapest to walk all day along the city's main highway to Vienna.
Analysis Buy Canada! The bullish case for the Canadian economy
Oil is dead, housing is in a bubble and markets are tanking. Is that really the book on Canada? Not even close. The country's economy has much more to hang on to than meets the eye.
Updated Parties clash over meaning of August jobs numbers for economic future
The main federal parties campaigning for the Oct. 19 vote had sharply contrasting takes on the job numbers released by Statistics Canada today, and what the government should do to get more people back to work.
New Refugees face roadblocks to get to Canada video
Images of a Syrian boy whose body washed ashore on a Turkish beach after a failed attempt by his family to reach Greece has galvanized support for Canada to accept more refugees from war-torn regions quickly but the feat faces significant roadblocks.
Drowned Syrian boys, mother buried in Kobani video
Two Syrian toddlers who drowned with their mother as they were trying to reach Greece were laid to rest in the Syrian town of Kobani on Friday, a Reuters witness.

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