Transcript for Europe Grapples With Refugee Influx as Hungary Prepares to Seal Border
pouring in, Germany saying this morning, it's nearing its limit. Plus, that new controversy, could Isis infiltrate the refugees entering the west? We'll take that question on after the latest from ABC's terry Moran. Reporter: The gate to Europe is about to close. And the tensions are rising. Hungary has announced it will seal its border this coming Tuesday. No more crawling under that razor wire. No more walking down those tracks across the border. Refugees caught in Hungary will be arrested and prosecuted. Men, women and children. So ux the rush north accelerates, toward Germany and a very different atmosphere. An amazing scene Saturday, a soccer match in Munich, players walking out hand in hand with both a German child and a refugee child, and 75,000 fans cheered. One Syrian family made it to Munich Saturday. And we know them well. The family and their four children, 10 months old, they made it. "We just got to Munich and we're very happy," he said. We met them in Turkey three weeks ago, sleeping in a park preparing for their dangerous journey. Then, their harrowing crossing to Greece. The children's faces etched with fear. Day after day, they headed toward the hope of a new life. But Hungary was bad, very bad, they were herded into a camp for a week. They put you in prison? Yes, he said. Their food ration, one roll of bread per day. Filthy conditions, cold, dark cells. We walked with them into Austria and now they have reached their promised land. There are thousands of families just like Muhammad's on the move. But countries of Europe can't agree among themselves on how or even if to take them in. Talk of quotas. Lottery. While politicians bicker, the people keep coming.
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