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  • German Party Stages 'die-In' to Protest Europe's Refugee 'Shame'

    German Party Stages 'die-In' to Protest Europe's Refugee 'Shame'

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    German Party Stages 'die-In' to Protest Europe's Refugee 'Shame'

    Demonstrators from Germany’s Left Party staged a ‘die-in’ in Bremen on September 4 to protest at what they called “Europe’s shame” over its response to the ongoing refugee crisis. The party said the protests were in response to attacks on refugee shelters in Germany, the ongoing plight of refugees in Hungary, Greece, Italy, and Germany, and “the never-ending succession of fatal accidents on the Mediterranean Sea and Europe’s roads.” Credit: The Left Party in Bremen …

  • Tent burns at Hungary migrant camp as more arrive

    Tent burns at Hungary migrant camp as more arrive

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    Tent burns at Hungary migrant camp as more arrive

    A fire burns at a migrant tent in Hungary's Roszke camp as newly-arrived migrants prepare to move on to their journey. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). …

  • Migrants stream into Austria

    Migrants stream into Austria

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    Migrants stream into Austria

    Migrants stream across the Hungarian border with Austria after days of tensions with Hungarian authorities. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). …

  • Migrants Cross Hungary-Austria Border Overnight by Bus

    Migrants Cross Hungary-Austria Border Overnight by Bus

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    Migrants Cross Hungary-Austria Border Overnight by Bus

    Journalists at the scene said buses carrying migrants from Budapest arrived in Austria early on Saturday, September 5. Reuters quoted the Austrian police as saying around 2,000 people had arrived from Hungary at the Austrian border. The Hungarian government announced the provision of the buses in a statement on Friday, after migrants and refugees, who spent days stranded at Budapest’s Keleti train station, decided to walk towards the Hungary-Austria border. Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann …

  • Buses Line Up to Take Refugees to Austria

    Buses Line Up to Take Refugees to Austria

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    Buses Line Up to Take Refugees to Austria

    The Hungarian government provided buses for hundreds of migrants to travel to Austria late on Friday, September 4, after several hundred left Budapest determined to walk there. The buses picked up migrants from Budapest’s Keteli train station and from along the road to the Austria border. In this footage, migrants board the buses in the Hungarian capital. Credit: Facebook/MigSzol Csoport …