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The Latest: More migrants rescued from sea off Greece

British Prime Minister David Cameron, left, meets with his Portuguese counterpart Pedro Passos Coelho at the Sao Bento palace in Lisbon, Friday, Sept. 4, 2015. (AP Photo/Armando Franca)BICSKE, Hungary (AP) ? The latest news from the crisis of migrants pouring into countries across Europe. All times local (CET):



S&P rates Iraq for first time

Rating's agency S&P's says Iraq faces risks "among the highest of all rated sovereigns", stemming from its war with the Islamic State groupAmerican financial service company Standard & Poor's issued war-torn Iraq a credit rating for the first time Thursday, with the country's conflict with Islamic State militants and low oil prices giving it a junk score. Iraq has been plagued by war and violence since the 2003 US invasion that toppled Saddam Hussein. Currently violent jihadists have taken over large parts of the country, something Standard & Poor's took into account when it handed out its B- rating.



Drowned Syrian boys buried in hometown they fled

This handout photo courtesy of Tima Kurdi shows Alan Kurdi, left, and his brother Galib Kurdi. The body of 3-year-old Syrian Alan Kurdi was found on a Turkish beach after the small rubber boat he, his 5-year old brother Galib and their mother, Rehan, were in capsized during a desperate voyage from Turkey to Greece. The family stated that the spelling of the boys? names had been changed by Turkish authorities to Aylan and Galip, but were in fact spelled as Alan and Galib. (Photo courtesy of Tima Kurdi /The Canadian Press via AP) MANDATORY CREDITKUCUK KENDIRLI, Turkey (AP) ? The Syrian man who survived a capsizing during a desperate voyage from Turkey to Greece, on Friday buried his wife and two sons in their hometown of Kobani, returning them to the conflict-torn Syrian Kurdish region they had fled.



Spanish train drivers go on strike but impact appears mutedMADRID (AP) ? Spanish rail company Renfe says around a quarter of its commuter and long distance trains have been canceled owing to a strike by drivers.
Police: Suspect in custody unlikely to be Bangkok bomber

The man who was arrested at an apartment on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015, and found with evidence police said included bomb making equipment and stacks of passports is seated after being brought to police headquarters in Bangkok, Thailand, Friday, Sept. 4, 2015, after being in military custody. The Aug. 17 blast at the shrine popular among locals and tourists alike left 20 people dead and more than 120 injured in one of the most devastating acts of violence that the Thai capital had seen in decades. (AP Photo/Wason Wanichakorn)BANGKOK (AP) ? A foreign suspect arrested at the border near Cambodia is unlikely to be the yellow-shirted man seen in security videos and suspected of planting a deadly bomb at a Bangkok shrine, but is definitely a conspirator, police said Friday.



Chris Evans is feeling the pressure with directorial debut

FILE - In this Wed., Sept. 2, 2015 file photo, Chris Evans attends the LA Premiere of "Before We Go" held at ArcLight Cinemas in Los Angeles. What's got Captain America quaking in his boots? Evans, known for playing the iconic Marvel superhero, is making his directorial debut with the indie film opening on Friday, and the stakes have never felt higher. (Photo by John Salangsang/Invision/AP, File)LOS ANGELES (AP) ? What's got Captain America quaking in his boots?



Migrants hold out on Hungarian 'freedom train'; Orban says millions comingBy Marton Dunai BICSKE, Hungary (Reuters) - Hundreds of migrants, including Syrian refugees, were stranded on a train in Hungary for a second day on Friday, demanding passage to Germany in a standoff with riot police. Riot police halted the train at Bicske, some 35 kilometers west of Budapest, ordering the migrants to a nearby camp for processing asylum seekers. Scuffles broke out when the migrants refused, some fleeing or throwing themselves on the tracks in the latest desperate scenes of Europe?s worst migration crisis since the Yugoslav wars of the 1990s.
Shooting at Sacramento college kills 1, wounds 2; man soughtSACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) ? Law officers searched for a gunman after one man was shot to death and two others wounded in a parking lot at the edge of a Sacramento community college campus, officials said.
Lawyer: Vice News journalists face deportation from TurkeyANKARA, Turkey (AP) ? A lawyer says two Vice News journalists who were arrested on terror-related charges are expected to be deported from Turkey.
Father of three-year old Aylan returns to Kobane to bury family

A Turkish police officer carries Aylan Kurdi's body off the beach in Bodrum, on September 2, 2015, after a boat carrying refugees sank while trying to reach the Greek island of KosThe father of a three-year-old Syrian boy whose body washed up on a Turkish beach in an image that shocked the world returned Friday to his hometown of Kobane in Syria to bury his family. Abdullah Kurdi arrived at the Turkish border town of Suruc with the funeral caskets of his three year-old son Aylan, other young son Ghaleb and wife Rihana who all drowned while trying to reach Europe across the Aegean Sea, an AFP photographer reported. A car carrying the father and the caskets entered Kobane and returned to Turkey while a convoy of journalists and activists was stopped at the border.