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Hungary's new fence to make life harder for migrants
Mar 1, 2017 - St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Missouri)

Subotica, Hungary - Hungary has begun building a second fence on its border with Serbia to stop migrants from freely entering the country, and the new fence is likely to make life even harder for migrants fleeing poverty and violence in their home countries.

Shahid Khan, 22, a refugee from Pakistan, said the one time he tried to enter the European Union by crossing Hungary's heavily guarded, fenced border with Serbia, he was beaten and chased away by Hungarian police with dogs.


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