After three days of camping in front of the Keleti train station in central Budapest, over 100 refugee's decided to take matters into their own hands and walk over a 150km to the Austrian border.
It was a remarkable and unexpected display of refugee power – the power of the powerless. They were marching in protest at the Hungarian government's blanket refusal to let them take trains to Austria and Germany.
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