Day in mix behind de Jonge as Spieth struggles
Red-hot Jason Day got his world number one chase at the Deutsche Bank Championship off to a solid start with a three-under-par 68 that put him three shots off the first-round lead of Brendon de Jonge. Zimbabwe's de Jonge notched seven birdies in his six-under 65 at TPC Boston to take a two-stroke lead over a group of nine players in the second event in the US PGA Tour's FedEx Cup playoffs. England's Luke Donald and Ian Poulter, Australia's Matt Jones, Sweden's Henrik Stenson and Americans Colt Knost, Kevin Chappell, Harris English, Charley Hoffman and Rickie Fowler were all tied on four-under-par 67.
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Buses take migrants west to Austria; Hungarian crackdown crumbles
By Sandor Peto and Krisztina Than BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Long lines of buses packed with migrants left Budapest bound for Austria on Saturday as Hungary gave in to determined crowds, including many Syrian refugees, who had set out on foot for western Europe in defiance of a right-wing government vowing to stem their tide. Budapest?s Keleti railway terminus, for days a campsite of migrants barred from taking trains west to Austria and Germany, rapidly emptied as smiling families boarded a huge queue of buses, leaving behind them scattered shoes, clothes and mattresses.
Migrants leave Budapest railway station on buses bound for AustriaBUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hundreds of migrants left central Budapest early on Saturday in a long queue of buses laid on by Hungarian authorities overwhelmed by defiant crowds who had struck out on foot to Western Europe, a Reuters witness said. Many smiled, bidding goodbye to Hungarian volunteers who had brought food and water in recent days during which several thousand migrants were camped in front of a central railway station after authorities canceled all trains heading west to Austria and Germany. (Reporting by Sandor Peto, writing by Matt Robinson, editing by G Crosse)
Austria, Germany to allow migrants to enter: Austrian chancellorALPBACH, Austria (Reuters) - Austria and Germany have agreed to let migrants in Hungary to cross their borders, Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann said on his Facebook page on Saturday. "Because of today's emergency situation on the Hungarian border, Austria and Germany agree in this case to a continuation of the refugees' journey into their countries," Faymann said in the post. (Reporting by Shadia Nasralla, writing by Francois Murphy; editing by G Crosse)