Hundreds of migrants resume protests in Budapest demanding a safe passage to Germany. Jennifer Davis reports.
Hundreds of migrants resumed protests in front of Budapest's main railway terminal on Wednesday as riot police lined up on one side of the square. The scene was tense - but there was no violence. Several migrants, including a woman carrying a young child, were escorted to a police van and driven away. The chaos this week at the station in the Hungarian capital has become the latest flashpoint in Europe's migration crisis, the continent's worst since the Balkan wars of the 1990s.