Hundreds of migrants stranded in Hungary are protesting outside a rail station, after police stopped them boarding trains to Germany for a second day - reported the SkyNews. Around 3,000 people are outside Keleti station in Budapest, the Hungarian capital's main international railway station. Many of them spent the night sleeping outside the entrance, guarded by police. Hundreds protested in front of the terminal on Wednesday, shouting "freedom, freedom", and demanding to be let onto trains. "What we want? Peace! What we need? Peace!" they also shouted. Read more at news.sky.com
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