Buses take migrants west to Austria; Hungarian crackdown crumbles

 Long lines of buses left Budapest on Saturday packed with migrants bound for Austria, which said it had agreed with Germany to let them in as Hungary gave in to crowds, including Syrian refugees, that had set out on foot for western Europe.

 Migrants set out on foot, escape train as Hungary crackdown crumbles

Migrants in Hungary, many of them Syrian refugees, broke out of a border camp, fled from a stranded train and struck out on foot for western Europe on Friday as a crackdown by the country’s right-wing government faltered in the face of overwhelming numbers.

 Hillary Clinton says 'sorry' for confusion over email account

 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said on Friday she was sorry that her use of a personal email account while secretary of state caused confusion, in her most contrite comments yet about the issue.

WHO sounds alarm over big Indian supplier of tuberculosis drugs

A major Indian supplier of tuberculosis drugs to developing countries has been severely criticised by the World Health Organization for inadequate manufacturing standards and poor testing procedures.

 Google does not run shady domain, study authors say

Clicking on a Web address ending in .zip will not endanger users, the authors of a study that put .zip at the top of a list of "shady Web neighbourhoods" said on Friday.

Justin Wilson to have British funeral next week

The funeral of IndyCar driver Justin Wilson, who died last month after a crash at Pennsylvania`s Pocono Raceway, will be held near the Silverstone circuit in his native Britain next Thursday.

My discipline may have cost Manchester United several titles in past: Sir Alex Ferguson

Alex Ferguson`s insistence on discipline above all else might have cost Manchester United trophies during his 26-year reign, he has said.

 Monsoon starts withdrawing from northwest region

India`s June-September monsoon has started withdrawing from the north-western region, the weather department said on Friday, which could increase the rainfall deficit for the season.

 Drowned Syrian boys buried in hometown they fled

A Syrian father on Friday buried his wife and his two little boys, drowned as they tried to flee to Europe, while Hungary`s leader told Europeans they risk becoming a minority on their own continent.

Fernandinho says he never lost faith in Manuel Pellegrini

Manchester City midfielder Fernandinho says he never doubted manager Manuel Pellegrini even when he was heavily criticised last season after the side finished eight points behind Premier League champions Chelsea.

Manchester City have gotten of to a flying start this campaign, winning all four games and have already found themselves eight points ahead of Chelsea.