A short article with pictures about the apprehension of a Palestinian migrant (‘illegal migrant’ according to the article) in front of the Debrecen train station.
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.
Promenád.hu summarizes recent police actions during which they caught 73 Kosovars, 4 Syrians, 3 Palestinians, 2 Pakistanis, 1 Serb — 26 of whom were children. All the migrants asked for asylum and 3 Kosovars already had an entry ban against them. Check the photo.
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 159 migrants were caught in 22 groups within 24 hours. The article does not give information about the nationalities or what happened to them after, only 3 Palestinians are mentioned who were caught separately. The article uses the term ‘illegal migrant’.
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.
Police.hu summarizes four police actions during which they caught migrants trying to leave for Austria. Altogether 11 people were caught on trains or at train stations - 2 Ghanaians, 1 Bangladeshi, 1 Cuban, 4 Syrians, 2 Albanians, 1 Palestinian ‘citizen’ (sic!). Also on the road to Austria an Albanian was stopped against whom there is an international warrant. The article does not say what happened to the migrants after or if they asked for asylum.
Police.hu summarizes three police actions. Three Afghan men and two 8-year old girls and a Syrian were caught on the train to Austria, the article does not indicate where they came from.
Also two Syrians were caught on another train: they had fake Czech and Slovak IDs, which they claimed they had bought in Greece for 160 euro each. They face charges of document forgery.
Also police checked a taxi in which 3 Palestinian men, a Syrian woman and two children were travelling. The taxi driver claims he was called on the phone from Budapest and their destination was Stuttgart. The migrants seem to have a document from the OIN. Check the photo.
Police.hu gives details about police actions in Hegyeshalom. On a train to Austria a family from Kosovo (6 people) and 2 Albanians were caught: apparently they arrived in Hungary a day before and applied for asylum. However, they got on a train to Austria instead of travelling to the refugee camp designated for them. Three of them have already been banned from entry into the Schengen zone (SIS= Schengen Information System).
Also, 6 Syrians were caught in a car - no indication given of where they came from or if they asked for asylum.
A German driver of Syrian descent also tried to drive 3 Syrians and one Palestinian abroad. No indication about asylum requests or about their starting point.