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Migrants gesture as they stand in the main Eastern Railway station in Budapest, Hungary. The vast majority of refugees fleeing violence and other migrants escaping poverty first arrive on Europe's southern and eastern edges but are determined to press on and seek asylum in richer and more generous countries further north and west.
A girl walks past a line of Hungarian police at the main Eastern Railway station in Budapest, Hungary. Hungary is on a major overland transit route from the Middle East and Africa through Greece and the Balkans to Germany. More than 140,000 people have crossed into Hungary from Serbia this year alone. 
Hungarian police officers watch migrants outside the main Eastern Railway station in Budapest, Hungary. "For those refugees who are being persecuted or have fled war, there should be a fair distribution in Europe based on the economic strength, productivity and size of each country," she told a joint news conference in Berlin with Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy. 
Migrants rest in an underground station near the main Eastern Railway station in Budapest, Hungary, . For now, however, there is no mechanism in place to distribute refugees or to enforce the so-called "Dublin rules", which require asylum seekers to apply in the first EU country where they arrive. 

Migrants wave their train tickets and lift up children outside the main Eastern Railway station in Budapest, Hungary. Government spokesman Zoltan Kovacs, when asked why the railway terminus was closed, said Hungary was trying to enforce EU law, which requires anyone who wishes to travel within Europe to hold a valid passport and a Schengen visa.
Migrants wave their train tickets outside the main Eastern Railway station in Budapest, Hungary.

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