Transcript for Hungary Accused of Aggression and Lack of Empathy for Refugees
We turn overseas to our reporting from the front lines of the exodus in Europe. And new images of the high stakes of this journey. A tent city in Hungary. And migrants pushing past police. The camerawoman, kicking a young girl. And Alex Marquardt with the outrage over that camerawoman, and what she does next in the video. Reporter: Today, hundreds of refugees, pouring over this fence. A woman, slipping her child underneath. The growing flood of people determined to get through this gateway to Europe. But Hungary is cracking down, reinforcing this new razor wire fence, more than 100 miles long, and planning to add guards. That journey toward the horizon, now increasingly tense. They're trying to evade the police. We've seen police helicopters in the sky. And right now they're trying to get to a train station, which is still about six miles down the road. Mona and her children on the road for a month now. Now you're worried the Hungarian police are going to stop you? Yes, stop us. Yes, stop us and hit us. Reporter: And hit you? Yes. Reporter: And moments later, a confrontation. The refugees trying to barrel through a line of police. Oenon opptsf E thl do not havehe T votes to block it. Jon,thanks. As you heard trump and nothing to stop Iran from getting a weapon. And I pedress Hillary Clinton. Here's how she answered. I wanted to ask you about a recent analysis, after 15 years, if Iran decides to race for a bomb, it could shrink to weeks. Does that concern you? Of course. Not trust them. To paraphrase president Reagan,
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