Stop.hu summarizes several police actions on trains to Austria during which they apprehended altogether 4 Kosovars, 5 Syrians, 6 Afghans.
Police.hu gives details of police actions: an Indian smuggler from Portugal was driving ten Afghans and 2 Syrians. Also, in a Hungarian taxi two underage Afghan migrants from Bicske were travelling and 11 Kosovars were caught on a train to Austria.
Police.hu’s article about the capture of 29 migrants in 24 hours: 10 Kosovars, 14 Iraqis, 3 Afghans, and 1 Syrian on trains to Austria, and a Nigerian migrant was travelling on a coach bus to Vienna.
A short summary of police actions on police.hu writes about how 2 Syrians and 11 Kosovars were caught travelling on a coach bus from Budapest to Vienna and also that 3 Kosovars and 2 Afghans were apprehended on trains going to Austria.
Police.hu gives a detailed description of the capture of 7 Kosovars and of the Hungarian couple from Debrecen who tried to smuggle them to Austria. They picked the migrants up in Röszke (Southern border) who paid 600 euros for the trip.
The police also caught 31 migrants (Syrians, Kosovars, Afghans and a Palestinian) on a train to Munich. They all had papers from the OIN in Debrecen and Szeged so they are migrants who had already been entered the Hungarian government’s asylum system.
Győrplusz.hu writes about police actions on trains, which resulted in the capture of altogether 45 migrants. 32 of which were from Kosovo, 5 were Afghans, 2 from Syria, 3 Pakistanis and a Nigerian, a Malian and also a Montenegrin were also travelling on the train. Some of the migrants had been to Hungarian camps prior.
Mno.hu finds it very suspicious that 29 migrants (from Mali, Comoros-island, Kosovo, including Afghans, Syrians, and Palestinians) were all caught on one train by police. Even if the people were not forming one group, the police and mno.hu is interested if they actually knew each other. Intriguing!
Police.hu reports on how two Serbian smugglers and their 4 Kosovar passengers were caught on the road to Vienna. The migrants paid 1800 euros to the driver for the journey from Röszke to Vienna. Also according to the article the police found it very suspicious that one of the Serbians was travelling alone and they already suspected him of smuggling migrants. (Why is a lone Serbian driver suspicious?!)
Police.hu summarizes 4 police actions which resulted in the capture of 11 migrants. A Hungarian was driving 3 Syrians, who paid 1000 euros for the journey to Munich. Police also caught one Bangladeshi, 2 Palestinians, 2 Syrians and an Algerian on trains to Austria, some of them had papers from the Debrecen camp. Also 2 underage Afghan migrants were caught at Sopron station - they came from Romania and wanted to travel to Germany. No indication of what happened to all the migrants afterwords.
Frisss.hu talks about how Hungarian police caught 5 smugglers, 9 Syrians and 6 Afghans already over the border within Austria; the people were put into the charge of the Austrian authorities. At the same time, in Körmend Hungary they caught 5 Hungarians who were suspected of helping the migrants travel over the border.