Hundreds of migrants demanding free passage to Germany protested for a second day Wednesday at Budapest's main international train station.
Riot police outside the Keleti terminal pushed back the migrants, who were told they had to go to camps set up in Hungary. The migrants, denied access to the trains, shouted at police in Arabic and English, but the demonstration did not turn violent.
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