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Today, authorities in Budapest, Hungary halted all international trains out of the capital after refugees and migrants rushed the cars.

Trains Filled with Refugees Are Halted in Hungary

Today, authorities in Budapest, Hungary halted all international trains out of the capital after refugees and migrants rushed the cars.

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