Musicians in Solidarity for Refugee Children

Author: Adrienn Csepelyi Original title: Összefogtak a zenészek a menekült gyerekekért Publication: nol.hu Date: 19:26 05/09/2015 Musicians in Solidarity for Refugee Children Within just half a day, more than 500 musicians and figures from the music industry joined the Facebook group launched by singer Anna Pásztor, which was established to aid refugee children, and then … More Musicians in Solidarity for Refugee Children

Hungarian Police Headquarters’ Comment on Convoy: Those Giving a Lift could be imprisoned

Author: Hanna Csatlós, MTI Original title: AZ ORFK NEM HAGYTA SZÓ NÉLKÜL A KONVOJT: BÖRTÖN IS JÁRHAT A FUVARÉRT Publication: vs.hu Date: 13:58 06/09/2015 Hungarian Police Headquarters’ Comment on Convoy: Those Giving a Lift could be imprisoned Those who help migrants to get to Austria may be punishable by law, said Viktoria Csiszer-Kovacs, spokesperson for … More Hungarian Police Headquarters’ Comment on Convoy: Those Giving a Lift could be imprisoned

“Lifelong friendships are formed here.” – Hospital at Keleti Station

Author: Zsófia Fülöp Original title: „Itt életre szóló barátságok köttetnek” – Kórház a Keletiben Publication: Magyar Narancs Date: 12:11 06/09/2015 “Lifelong friendships are formed here.” – Hospital at Keleti Station They are friends. When the football hooligans threatened, the refugees surrounded the helpers to protect them. An interview with the volunteers’ medical team about life, … More “Lifelong friendships are formed here.” – Hospital at Keleti Station

BREAKING NEWS: Migrants were made to get off train at 3AM in Serbia, Journalist Andrew Connelly interviewed by Sara Felice Vetro

British journalist, Andrew Connelly witnessed how a 100 refugees were made to get off a train at 3AM in the middle of nowhere in the Serbian countryside. He spent the night with refugees first on the night train from Belgrade to Budapest then as they crossed the Hungarian/Serbian border on foot, on the rail tracks. … More BREAKING NEWS: Migrants were made to get off train at 3AM in Serbia, Journalist Andrew Connelly interviewed by Sara Felice Vetro