Syrian refugees continue to arrive at the Roszke migrant camp in Hungary, awaiting bus service to other European nations. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) New arrivals continued to enter the camp in Roszke, Hungary on Sunday, many having walked down train tracks from Serbia. Thousands of refugees are crossing the border to Hungary, an eastern outpost of Europe's passport-free Schengen zone, every day. Many are travelling on to the continent's more prosperous west and north, reluctant to register there preferring to continue travelling towards Germany, Sweden, Norway or Austria to register. Hungary says that as of Tuesday (September 15), authorities will receive and start processing asylum requests at the border and transport all those who apply by bus to camps elsewhere in the country. Those migrants who refuse to cooperate will be kept at the border, and those who cross the border illegally, trying to avoid police, face arrest and possible imprisonment.