Cold weather on Hungarian border

Röszke, Hungary — Through the grey drizzle, shuffling groups of refugees trudged along the disused railway line that separates Hungary from Serbia at the small town of Röszke.

They made the grueling journey last Thursday in the wet and cold. But at least they had made it: On Monday afternoon, the Hungarian government sealed the border with Serbia in the latest move in the Refugee crisis in Hungary.

Every day for the previous month, thousands made the crossing on their way to Western Europe. Those that did so last Thursday were among the last to make it through freely.

And even for those who passed through before the border closed, Hungary offered a less than warm arrival.

Read full story at Al Arabiya

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