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رۆژنامەی دەيلی مەيڵی بەڕيتانی چەند وێنەيەکی کۆچبەرانی بڵاوکردەوە کە وڵاتی هەنگاريايان داپۆشيوەو سەرجەم شەقام و شوێنە گشتييەکان بە کۆچبەر گيراوە.

Hungary’s government spokesman has revealed that 3,000 migrants and refugees are entering his country every day, just hours after furious clashes with police at a train station in Budapest

Thousands of people are sleeping on the streets outside Budapest's Eastern Railway Terminus tonight, after Hungary closed the station to migrants on Tuesday

Entire families are camping out at the station, waiting to see whether the situation will change tomorrow and they will be allowed to continue with their journeys to western Europe

But Hungary has insisted that it has no other choice if it is to comply with the 'strict rules' that govern movement within the Schengen zone

Violence broke out as tensions ran high at the station today, after migrants and refugees were told that no one else would be allowed to board trains

The situation has calmed down at the station for tonight, although police are still standing guard, with families sleeping out in the open on steps outside the station and in nearby streets

Several hundred of the migrants at the station demonstrated following the closure, and loud chants of ‘Germany, Germany’ and ‘Merkel, Merkel’ filled the streets outside the station

But government spokesman Zoltan Kovacs complained tonight that Hungary has been made the ‘scapegoat’ of Europe’s migrant crisis, in an interview with BBC Newsnight

Further protests and fighting is expected tomorrow, when the migrant families are once again told that they will not be allowed to board trains to continue their journeys

The spokesman revealed that the situation as it is being portrayed in the media is just one section of the real problem, and that the country is struggling to cope with the 156,000 people who have crossed its borders, many heading to Austria, Germany and Scandinavian countries

Chaos: Migrants wave their train tickets and lift up their children in the air outside the station in Budapest, Hungary, during an protest

Crowds: In total, 1,000 migrants are still at the Budapest railway station hoping to leave Hungary and board trains to Austria and Germany

Hundreds of migrants staged protests outside the Budapest station demanding they be allowed to board trains to Germany and Austria

Migrants pictured scrambling to get on a train at the main railway station in Salzburg, Austria to continue their journeys to Germany

Violence: Scuffles had broken out earlier in the morning among some of the migrants as they were blocked from getting on a train

Evacuation: Migrants come face-to-face with police after being told to leave the station in Budapest, Hungary on Tuesday morning

Leaving: A woman and her two children were among 1,000 migrants ordered to leave the city's Eastern Railway Terminus in Hungary

Clashes: Migrants and police pictured at the railway station in Budapest, Hungary, after people were told to leave and it was closed

Families could be seen carrying their belongings from the train station after they were told to leave on Tuesday morning and it was closed

A migrant holds his head in his hands as the train station in Budapest is closed following earlier scuffles as migrants tried to board trains

Crowds: Hundreds of migrants waited to board trains at Keleti Railway Station in Budapest, Hungary before the station was closed on Tuesday

The Hungarian city's main international station was evacuated after hundreds of migrants tried to board trains to Austria and Germany

A migrant boy sits on his father's shoulders as they wait to board a train at Keleti Railway Station, Budapest before it closed on Tuesday



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