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Migrants are silhouetted against the setting sun Sunday as they walk on railway tracks in Roszke, Hungary. On Sunday, Hungary completed a razor-wire fence to keep migrants from entering through its border with Serbia.

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Migrants are silhouetted against the setting sun Sunday as they walk on railway tracks in Roszke, Hungary. On Sunday, Hungary completed a razor-wire fence to keep migrants from entering through its border with Serbia.

EU members urging unity on migrants

PARIS -- The European Union's three biggest members urged the bloc to take quick action to cope with the wave of refugees and asylum-seekers and called for an emergency ministerial meeting on the crisis within two weeks. Germany, France and the United Kingdom said in a joint statement Sunday tha...

Agencies forging haze deal

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality are working together to devise a state plan for implementing a 1999 law on controlling haze in natural parks and wilderness areas.

U.S. crafts China cybertheft plan

President Barack Obama's administration is developing a package of unprecedented economic sanctions against Chinese companies and individuals who have benefited from their government's cybertheft of valuable U.S. trade secrets.

EU members urging unity on migrants

The European Union's three biggest members urged the bloc to take quick action to cope with the wave of refugees and asylum-seekers and called for an emergency ministerial meeting on the crisis within two weeks.

Legislative Council signs off on watershed hog-farm ban

A proposed five-year ban on new medium and large hog farms in the Buffalo National River watershed cleared the Arkansas Legislative Council on Friday, after an unsuccessful bid by state Rep. Nate Bell, I-Mena, to prevent it.

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