Belgrade refugees make a break for the Hungarian border



Several hundred refugees set off from central Belgrade on Tuesday morning and headed for the Hungarian border, holding handwritten banners and chanting demands for open borders, Reuters witnesses said.
The crowd walked north along the city's Sava river, stopping occasionally to negotiate with police. All of them appeared to be men and boys about 15 or older. "We are people, not animals," read one banner.
Some 7,000 migrants, most fleeing war and poverty in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan and elsewhere, are trapped in Serbia, prevented from continuing further into Europe by fences now... read more

 
4 October 2016 in World News, Views: 28
Source: Reuters
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