Sep 05, 2015

Austria opened its border to thousands of migrants

About 4,000 migrants, many fleeing war in Syria, arrived in Austria early Saturday, where they were greeted by applause, food, and medical supplies. Many refugees, which Hungary agreed to bus, will request asylum in Austria, while others will continue on to Germany, BBC News reports. View image | gettyimages.com Europe's ongoing migrant crisis has seen renewed attention in September after...

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