A Syrian woman embraces her child after they arrived with others migrants on a dinghy from Turkey to Lesbos island, Greece, Friday, Sept. 11, 2015. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)
- Turkey arrests dozens of ISIS recruits
- Kurdistan Region appoints a Jew to official position
- Russia says its strikes destroyed infrastructure and tunnels used by ‘terrorists’ in Syria
- Six Turkish soldiers, 20 Kurdish rebels killed in clashes
- U.N. blue helmets to protect historical sites from ISIS
- Iran to step up military support for Syrian regime: Official
- ISIS pays up to $10,000 for each jihadi recruiter in Europe
Hungary declared its southern border with Croatia closed to migrants on Friday, diverting them into tiny Slovenia in a measure of Europe’s disjointed response to the flow of people reaching its shores in flight from war and poverty.
With autumn winds and rain whipping the Balkans, a last train drew up at the border, and some 2,000 migrants disembarked for the short, muddy walk past razor wire into Hungary as a midnight cut-off point expired.