This is the ridiculous headline of an article on Stop.hu about the apprehension of 6 Syrian migrants who were travelling in two cars driven by Poles. It seems the migrants did not ask for asylum.
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.
Vs.hu writes an article about the refugee situation based on answers they got from the OIN (Immigration Office) and on an interview with Márta Pardavi from HHC. They asked the OIN about the increase of the numbers, why people come to Hungary and, regarding the Nagyfa camp, if they expect resistance from the locals similar to what happened in Vámosszabadi earlier, as well as, how many refugees attempt to acquire citizenship per year. The OIN told them that there has been a 40 percent increase in the numbers but at the same time the camps are not full because many asylum-seekers leave before they receive a decision. They hope that people in Algyő will understand that because of international obligations the camp has to be open.
Also, according to the OIN only a few dozen refugees apply for citizenship per year. Pardavi talks about the different groups of asylum seekers: the Kosovars, most of whom leave for Germany; the Afghans, 621 of whom asked for asylum in October alone (a third of them are underage); and the Syrians, 613 of whom asked for asylum in October alone and who arrive mainly with families. She also mentions that between January and October 15500 people were caught in the south (the largest groups: 3600 Syrians, 3500 Afghans, 1700 Kosovars), 4800 did not apply for asylum. She talked about the support for 2 years after refugee recognition but mentioned that it comes with difficult rules.
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 article on Police.hu summarizes the capture of 190 migrants (from Kosovo, Syria, Iraq, Cuba, Afghanistan, and Bangladesh), some of whom came on a freight train. They all requested asylum
Police.hu writes about the capture of a Polish smuggler who was driving a minibus with 8 Turks and 9 Syrians, some of whom were women and children. No indication of what happened to the migrants after.
Promenád.hu writes about how the police discovered 3 Syrian women who were travelling in a car driven by 2 Iraqis, captured with the help of the heat camera. The Iraqis are charged with smuggling.
Hajdúpress.hu, like other media also publishes the news about two Syrian migrants who had stolen two bicycles and they were trying to reach Western Europe. They gave all their money to smugglers before so they had none for the next part of their journey. Police caught them in Szeged and they both asked for asylum. On police.hu you can find pictures of the capture and police giving back the bikes to their owners.
Origo.hu publishes the story of the weekend capture of 912 migrants with this glorious headline. A small bus driven by a Portuguese man slipped on the road and ended up in a ditch. His passengers, 29 Syrians and Iraqis, were not injured.