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By The Associated Press | Posted - Sep. 5, 2015 at 10:41 p.m.

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BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — For the first time since fleeing their troubled homelands, thousands of migrants are arriving in their promised land. More than 7,000 Arab and Asian asylum seekers, mostly from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan, have surged across the Hungarian border into Austria and Germany. And they're being met with unexpected hospitality in a land that might become a home.

PHOENIX (AP) — Backers of Arizona's landmark immigration law are celebrating a major victory. A federal judge has ruled that those challenging the law have failed to show that police would enforce it differently for Latinos than they would for people of other ethnicities. The law allows police, while enforcing other laws, to question the immigration status of those suspected of being in the U.S. illegally.

PORTSMOUTH, N.H. (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton is encouraging "anyone who is asked to cooperate" with a House panel looking into her private email server to do so. A State Department employee who was paid by Clinton to maintain the server she used while secretary of state has told the committee that he would invoke his constitutional right against self-incrimination if called to testify.

BEIRUT (AP) — There's growing anti-government violence in a southern Syrian province that had largely stayed on the sidelines of the civil war. Meanwhile, unconfirmed reports suggesting that Russia is planning to expand its military support for Syrian President Bashar Assad has prompted a warning from the U.S. that such actions could lead to a confrontation with coalition forces.

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea's Yonhap news agency is reporting that eight people have been killed and several others are missing after a fishing boat capsized off the country's southern coast. Officials say three people were rescued. South Korea is still dealing with grief and anger over a maritime disaster last year that killed 300 people when a ferry sank off the southern coast.

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