CALAIS, France/BUDAPEST - Hundreds of migrants poured overnight onto the high-speed railway linking Paris with London near the French port of Calais, stranding passengers in darkness aboard Eurostar trains. | Video
TOKYO - The price of shares and other risk assets staged a tentative recovery in early Asian trade on Thursday though volatility remained high as investors fretted over global economic health.
CAIRO - Libya's official government is struggling to woo oil majors in a bid to control oil revenue and force a rival Tripoli government into a U.N. peace deal because foreign clients are wary of breaking with the established state energy firm in the capital. Full Article
Player transfer spending by England's Premier League clubs in the summer 2015 transfer window has reached a new record. Business advisory firm Deloitte puts gross spending at 870 million pounds, 4% up on the previous record set last summer. Video | Full Article
A multinational human smuggling sweep sees the arrest of 36 suspects and seizure of millions in assets as part of an international crackdown on trafficking cells. Jennifer Davis reports.
ABIDJAN - Two years ago, Pascal Affi N'Guessan was in jail after backing the losing side in Ivory Coast's civil war. Now he is running for president, provoking a power struggle within the opposition whose outcome will help decide the country's future stability. Full Article
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