Aug 26, 2015

Migrants crossing into Hungary hit record levels - Hungary | ReliefWeb

Röszke, Hungary | AFP | Wednesday 8/26/2015 - 08:25 GMT Record numbers of migrants streaming into EU member state Hungary from Serbia continue to climb, police said Wednesday, as thousands of people fleeing conflict and hardship desperately try to reach Europe. More than 2,500 people, the highest ever daily total, poured across Hungary's southern border with Serbia near the town of Roszko on...

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