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Migrants push and shout as they gather in front of the railway station in Budapest, Hungary, Sept. 3, 2015.

Video Hungary Allows Migrants Into Train Station, Blocks Travel West

Prime minister says migrant issue at Hungarian border is not a European problem, but rather a German one More

FILE - Workers dismantle the large euro sign sculpture for maintenance, in front of the headquarters of the former European Central Bank (ECB) in Frankfurt, July 6, 2015.

ECB Keeps Interest Rates at Record Lows

Though fears over global economy have increased in recent weeks, mainly due to plunge in Chinese markets, eurozone recovery appears to be regaining some momentum More

FILE - Eston Kohver of Estonia stands behind bars in Pskov, Russia, Sept. 17, 2014.

Nordic, Baltic States Call on Russia to Release Estonian Policeman

Eston Kohver was sentenced last month for espionage, in case that further undermined relations between north European countries and Moscow More

Turkish Official: 2 Vice News Journalists Freed From Jail

The two Britons, their Turkey-based assistant were detained last week in Diyarbakir on terror-related charges More

FILE - Ukrainian troops ride atop an armored vehicle outside Artemivsk, eastern Ukraine.

Ukraine Doctrine Calls Russia Military Foe

Move also calls for pursuit of NATO membership; no immediate reaction from Russia, which annexed Crimea and is seen as having major role in conflict in Ukraine's east More



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European Migrants' Journey

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Video Hungary Allows Migrants Into Train Station, Blocks Travel West

Migrants hoping to travel westward have flooded into the main train station in Budapest -- but it is not clear where they will go, now that officials have shut down all trains heading to western Europe. From VOA headquarters in Washington, Richard Green has the latest details on the continuing migrant crisis on the continent.