Report: Homeless inhabit Keleti Station


LaMography/Moni Lazar

The tents in the underpass in front of Keleti Railway Station, abandoned by refugees, are being taken over by the homeless, now that refugees and charity organizations have left the premises, Hungarian online daily reported yesterday.

Tents at Keleti Station. (Photo: LaMography/Moni Lazar)

The underpass, which sheltered thousands of refugees for the past few weeks, has cleared out as refugees are no longer arriving to the area, due to the stricter border crossing laws that took effect yesterday, and because those who were in Hungary were offered free transportation to the Austrian border.


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