Transcript for Hundreds of Syrian Refugees Sneak From Serbia Into Hungary Through Cornfields
This morning one human rights group saying the refugees are being treated like animals as they desperately try to make their way through Hungary in search of a better life. ABC's Dan Harris is on the front lines of the crisis in one border region where soldiers may soon be deployed. Reporter: Overnight we were with hundreds of scared refugees as they sneak through cornfields trying to cross from Serbia into Hungary. This is the largest mass migration in the history of Europe since world war ii. This is the front lines of it. Nervous because they've seen the videos of police clashing with refugees as well as this now infamous scene of a hundred gatherian camera woman tripping a man carrying a child. These images reflect the deep divide here in Europe. Refugees welcomed in Germany but in other countries opposition because of economic and religious concerns. ABC news has been following one group of 11 young Syrians as they join the human highway of more than 300,000 refugees making their way from Syria into Turkey up through Greece and to get to Germany and beyond. Are you nervous about approaching the border? Of course you're nervous because we don't know what we're going to deal with. Reporter: We can't cross the border illegally so we've had to let lie and crew ahead. We don't know what lies ahead for them. Meanwhile, in Washington, secretary of state John Kerry telling congress, the U.S. Will increase the number of refugees it is willing to take in. And back here in Hungary this morning we've just learned that those young Syrian refugees we've been following have safely made it here into Hungary and are now two hours north of here and one big step closer to their final destinations in Germany and beyond. 322 dispatch, shots fired. Subject is down. He grabbed my taster. Repter:orhis torn mng we're learning how the former police officer in this disturbing
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