Migrants breach Hungary police lines as army prepares for action

A family walks on a field after a crowd of refugees broke out of at collection point near Roszke village at the Hungarian-Serbian border on September 9, 2015Röszke (Hungary) (AFP) – Hundreds of migrants broke through police lines in Hungary near the Serbian border Wednesday for a third day running, as the army began mobilising for a possible role in guarding the frontier. The migrants later agreed to be taken to a refugee camp in western Hungary. At Roszke, the main crossing point from Serbia, there were 2,529, including 455 children.

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