Migrants break through Hungary police lines on Serbia border

A police officer speaks with refugees near Szeged after they broke out from the migrant collection point near Roszke on September 8, 2015Röszke (Hungary) (AFP) – Several hundred migrants broke through police lines at Hungary’s main border crossing with Serbia Tuesday, forcing police to use pepper spray on one occasion to move a group off a main road. The series of breakouts took place at a police collection point near the border crossing at Roszke, the first stop on the Hungarian side of the border with Serbia, before people are brought to a registration camp nearby.

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