Migrants board a train at the Austrian village of Nickelsdorf after arriving from Hungary
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Migrant crisis: Hungary buses 'were one-off move'

The Hungarian government has said there will be no further buses or trains for migrants in Budapest waiting to travel to northern and western Europe.

Thousands of people have crossed into Austria, after Hungary's surprise decision to provide buses to take them to the border overnight.

The government has since said that it acted because of fears for their safety.

Ben Brown reports from Keleti train station in Budapest.

  • 05 Sep 2015
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