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  1. Lacrosse, sport of the IndiansRead the original story w/Photo

    11 min ago | Slovak Spectator

    LACROSSE combines the technical skills of handling a small ball 'long-hand' and physical fitness. Although it does not have a long history in Slovakia, it is gaining popularity amongst young people who find American football too brutal.

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  2. UPDATE 3-It's risky to come to Europe, Hungary's PM tells migrantsRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | Reuters

    Refugees should not risk their children's lives trying to reach Europe, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Thursday as he defended his tough approach to border control on the frontline of Europe's migration crisis. Orban, who also insisted Hungary did not want to accept Muslim refugees, was asked on a visit to Brussels about an image of a drowned Syrian child on a Turkish beach which has grabbed world attention this week and said that it was not a moral argument for opening Europe's doors.

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  3. Europe can't lose face on migrantsRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | ANSA.it

    Rome, September 3 - Europe cannot lose face on the huge migrant and refugee emergency facing it, Italian Premier Matteo Renzi said Thursday, stressing the need to save all even if they cannot all be received indiscriminately. The Italian premier said a widely published photo of a two-year-old Syrian refugee who died with his brother and mother on a Turkish beach must spur further concerted action.

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  4. 'We won't move from here!'Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au

    FRENCH investigators have confirmed 'with certainty' that a wing part found on Reunion Island was from ill-fated Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. THEY'RE a household staple, handy for removing make-up and cleaning bathrooms.

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  5. Migrants Flood Budapest Station as EU Meets Orban Over CrisisRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Transitions Online

    As Prime Minister Viktor Orban of Hungary planned to meet other EU leaders today to discuss how to cope with the crisis, there were fresh clashes between police and the hundreds of migrants streaming into Budapest's Keleti train station, in fresh clashes with police, CNN reports. Hundreds of people stuck for days in makeshift refugee camps in Hungary were allowed on 31 August to board international trains in Budapest, the main Central European transit point for migrants heading west to Austria and to Germany, passing through Slovakia and the Czech Republic.

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  6. Czech police stop marking refugees with numbersRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | The Times of Israel

    Czech police said Thursday they had stopped marking the hands of detained refugees with numbers after sparking an uproar among human rights groups, lawyers, media organizations, and Jewish groups. Officers will from now on use "special wrist bands containing identification data," Czech police said in a statement on their website.

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  7. Blog: At last, the bright, a sunlit uplands?Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Slovak Spectator

    TO START with the obvious, the weather has been astonishing. Assuming you don't mind swimming in lakes and gravel pits rather than the sea, the traditional Wacky Races-style charge down to the Adriatic has never seemed more pointless.

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  8. Orban says EU 'incapable' on immigrationRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | ANSA.it

    Brussels, September 3 - Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Thursday said the EU is "incapable of managing the situation" of immigration in Europe, following a meeting with European Parliament President Martin Schulz. A public announcement on Thursday at Budapest's main train station told passengers that international trains to Western Europe are suspended "indefinitely", the BBC said.

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  9. For first time in Slovak History, two lifers may walk out of jailRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Slovak Spectator

    FOR THE first time in Slovakia's history, two convicts sentenced to life in prison may be released on parole. A1 2ubor MasA r, 56, and JA n MolnA r, 73, will be eligible to seek release in late September after having spent 25 years in prison, which is in keeping with the Code of Criminal Procedure.

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  10. Slovak agriculture recorded loss of a 4.7 million in 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Slovak Spectator

    SLOVAK agriculture recorded a loss of 4.7 million in 2014, which was an increase of 2.2 million when compared to the loss reported in 2013, according to the Agriculture and Rural Development Ministry's report on agriculture and the food industry. Last year's revenues from agriculture declined by 2.7 percent year on year to 2.285 billion, while expenditures fell by 2.6 percent y-o-y to 2.289 billion.

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  11. Night of Castles and Ruins helped present ruins of Katarinka monasteryRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Slovak Spectator

    THE EFFORT to present to the public the ruins of St Catherine of Alexandria's Monastery, called familiarly KatarA nka, led volunteers from the eponymous project to organise a cultural programme evening within the Night of Castles and Ruins. The third year of this event took place in mid August, and volunteers from the KatarA nka civic association managed to organise a concert of works by Franciscan friars performed by vocal/instrumental ensemble FrantiA kA nska SchA3la Bratislava.

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  12. Rail operator may dispatch special train for migrantsRead the original story

    Wednesday | Prague Daily Monitor

    The Czech Railways national rail operator will be ready to dispatch a special train fro migrants from South Moravia, CD writes on its website yesterday in reaction to the the refugee crisis latest developments. Migrants from Syria and the Middle East mostly try to get to Germany, travelling across the Balkans and Central European countries.

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  13. Worldwide victory against polio, except for UkraineRead the original story

    Wednesday | Dear Kitty

    The Polio Epidemic wreaked havoc on America from 1916 until 1955, when a vaccine finally came out. In an era of advancing technology and increased understandings of health, this epidemic seemed to have come out of nowhere-and still today, no one is certain how it was being spread-striking innocent children, leaving them not dead, but crippled for life, a cruel reminder of the Polio attack.

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  14. Ukraine reports polio outbreak, first cases in Europe since 2010Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Channelnewsasia.com

    Two polio cases have been confirmed in western Ukraine, the first to be recorded in Europe since 2010, the World Health Organisation said on Wednesday. KIEV: Two polio cases have been confirmed in western Ukraine, the first to be recorded in Europe since 2010, the World Health Organisation said on Wednesday .

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  15. 2 cases of polio found in UkraineRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | KRNV-TV Reno

    The World Health Organization says officials have found two children stricken by polio in Ukraine, the country's first cases of the paralytic disease in nine years. Health officials had warned Ukraine was at high risk of a polio outbreak due to its low vaccination rates; only half of children were immunized against diseases like polio last year.

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  16. Land speculators tarnish car plant planRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Slovak Spectator

    IT WAS not long after the Jaguar Land Rover carmaker selected Slovakia as its preferred location for its new plant information that information about land speculators buying land in the area to turn a quick profit popped up. Prime Minister Robert Fico's government insist the shenanigans will not delay the investment.

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  17. Outbreak of rare, mutated poliovirus that originated from vaccine in...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Washington Post

    An Afghan health worker administers the polio vaccine to a child during a vaccination campaign on the outskirts of Jalalabad on Aug. 17. Poliovirus has returned to Europe after a five year reprieve, paralyzing a 4-year-old and 11-year-old in the Ukraine, the World Health Organization said Wednesday. The WHO said the two cases were in the southwestern part of the country -- bordering Romania, Hungary, Slovakia and Poland -- and that the strain responsible, vaccine-derived poliovirus type 1 or cVDPV1, may still be a threat to the region.

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  18. 2 polio cases found in Ukraine: WHORead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Canada.com

    When she was 14 months old, Dolin Seenanan was unlucky enough to come in contact with a virus that changed the course of her life. In the morning, the toddler was jumping and running.

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  19. Hungary blocks migrants from trains; 11 drown off TurkeyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Miami Herald

    A boy rests at a police detention point after crossing from Serbia, in Asotthalom, Hungary, Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2015.

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  20. Slovakia Power Report Q3 2015 - New Market Research ReportRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | PR-inside.com

    Declining output from gas and hydropower plants and lacklustre demand growth will see Slovakian power generation decline in 2015. Over the next decade, however, generation will increase by nearly 30%, mainly as a result of an expansion of nuclear power.

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