Oct. 27 world news summary at 1530 GMT

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Refugees rest at the parking lot of a railway station in Salzburg, Austria, on Sept. 14. 2015. German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere on Sunday announced that Germany temporarily reinstates border control amid the ongoing refugee crisis. According to German newspaper
Refugees rest at the parking lot of a railway station in Salzburg, Austria, on Sept. 14. 2015. German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere on Sunday announced that Germany temporarily reinstates border control amid the ongoing refugee crisis. According to German newspaper "Passauer Neue Presse", the German government also stopped the trains to and from Austria. (Xinhua/Qian Yi)
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PARIS — One refugee died and three others were slightly wounded after being knocked down by a car overnight, a local news channel reported on Tuesday.

Refugees rest at the parking lot of a railway station in Salzburg, Austria, on Sept. 14. 2015. German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere on Sunday announced that Germany temporarily reinstates border control amid the ongoing refugee crisis. According to German newspaper "Passauer Neue Presse", the German government also stopped the trains to and from Austria. (Xinhua/Qian Yi)
Refugees rest at the parking lot of a railway station in Salzburg, Austria, on Sept. 14. 2015. German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere on Sunday announced that Germany temporarily reinstates border control amid the ongoing refugee crisis. According to German newspaper “Passauer Neue Presse”, the German government also stopped the trains to and from Austria. (Xinhua/Qian Yi)

The victims were struck by a car in the town of Cologne, near Calais, where 6,000 migrants mainly from the Middle East have been camping out to try to get to London via the Eurotunnel Channel, BFMTV said. (France-Refugee Crisis)
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ISLAMABAD — Pakistan army said on Tuesday that at least seven border troops were killed in firing from Afghan side of the border.
The army spokesman did not say as to who would have fired into Pakistani territory. (Pakistan-Border Firing)
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RAMALLAH — Three Palestinians were shot dead on Monday by the Israeli army in separate incidents in the southern West Bank city of Hebron, a center of violence for the past few days, Palestinian medical sources said.
The Palestinian Health Ministry announced that 19-year-old Iyad Jaradat was killed during clashes with the Israeli army in Sair town northeast of Hebron. (Israel-Palestine-Conflict)
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RIYADH — One person was killed and some others injured in a suicide blast that targeted a mosque in Najran city, South Saudi Arabia, the Saudi Interior Ministry said on Monday.
The attack took place when worshipers were leaving the mosque after performing sunset prayer, the ministry said, adding the bomber detonated his explosive belt. (Saudi Arabia-Suicide Blast)
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WASHINGTON — New top U.S. general Joseph Dunford said on Tuesday he would recommend embedding some of U.S. troops with Iraqi forces if such a tactic would bolster the currently stalled U.S.-led military campaign against the Islamic State extremist group. (U.S.-Iraq-Operation) Enditem

Source: Xinhua

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