Hungarian officials recently declared several British cities "no-go zones" where immigrants - many of them Muslim - dominate, using them as examples of why Hungary should not accept migrants or refugees. One of the cities mentioned - Peterborough, in Britain - has protested and has begun to receive Syrian refugees after a careful debate among city leaders. VOA Europe Correspondent Luis Ramirez reports.
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