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Sheer desperation: Father grabs wife & baby and lies on TRAI
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A Migrant is helped to wash tear gas from his eyes after clashes with Hungarian police at the Horgos border
Sheer desperation: Father grabs wife & baby and lies on TRAIN TRACKS to avoid refugee camp

HORRIFIC scenes of desperate migrants trying to make it through Hungary into Austria and Germany have seen a family pin themselves to a train track to stop being taken to a refugee camp.

14:17, Thu, Sep 3, 2015 | UPDATED: 17:25, Thu, Sep 3, 2015

Family lay on train tracks in Bicske HungaryREUTERS

Dozens of riot police tried to remove the mother, father and young baby from the track just hours after Hungarian police stood by in Budapest to allow crowds of migrants board trains at Keleti.
The capital’s main train station had been shut for two days while 2,000 migrants protested outside, with one even having to give birth in a crowded underpass because an ambulance wouldn’t take her to hospital.

Authorities today allowed the exhausted and confused migrants on board, with hundreds crammed aboard, clinging on to doors and squeezing their children through open carriage windows.
But instead of travelling on its route, the train was halted just west of Budapest in Bicske, where Hungary has a migration centre.
As one carriage was cleared, a group pushed back dozens of riot police to fight their way back on the train.
Hungarian policemen detain migrants on the tracksREUTERS
A man, wife and baby broke onto the track next to the train and lay down in protest.
The demonstration sparked a stand-off between police and migrants, with officers shutting the train station and telling all media to leave.
Hungarian police have declared the station an “operation zone”.
The Hungarian Government is debating a raft of amendments to its migration rules which it says would cut illegal crossings to “zero”.
They include creating holding zones at the border with Serbia where a 3.5metre tall fence is being installed.
Hungarian policemen detain migrants on the tracksREUTERS
The train was stopped in Bicske where there is a migrant centre
Prime Minister Viktor Orban said Europeans were "full of fear because they see that the European leaders ... are not able to control the situation".
A migrant woman ponders the next moment of her journey
EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is expected to unveil proposals in an annual state-of-the-union address to the European parliament next week. Interior ministers hold an emergency meeting five days later.
European Council President Donald Tusk called on members of the EU to share the burden of at least 100,000 migrants.
He warned if EU "leaders do not demonstrate goodwill, solidarity will become an empty slogan and will be replaced by political blackmail, divisions and a new blame game."
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