By Rodi Said and Krisztina Than KOBANI, Syria/BUDAPEST (Reuters) - - A Syrian father on Friday buried his wife and two little boys, drowned as they tried to flee to Europe, while Hungary's right-wing leader told Europeans they risk becoming a minority on their own continent. With desperation and anger deepening among migrants escaping conflict and poverty, hundreds broke out of a Hungarian camp and others set off on foot from Budapest, hoping to find sanctuary in northern Europe. In neighboring Austria, police said the driver of a truck found abandoned last week with the bodies of 71 migrants in the back was among a group of people arrested in Hungary.
An arms depot explosion in Yemen has killed 22 soldiers from the United Arab Emirates, in the country's heaviest loss since joining an Arab coalition battling Shiite rebels, military sources said Friday. The two sides gave conflicting accounts of the cause, with the Huthi rebels saying they carried out a rocket attack and Yemeni military sources describing it as an "accidental explosion". The UAE is a key partner in the Saudi-led coalition that launched air strikes against advancing Iran-backed Huthi rebels in March after they forced President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi to flee to Riyadh.