Refugees fear harsher treatment under Hungarian law

A new law states that all asylum seekers are to be kept in camps. Just a year ago, Hungary put up razor-wire fences along the country’s southern border. Refugees now fear harsher treatment under a new law.

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    A new law states that all asylum seekers are to be kept in camps.

    Just a year ago, Hungary put up razor-wire fences along the country's southern border. Refugees now fear harsher treatment under a new law.

    Al Jazeera's Jonah Hull reports from the Hungary-Serbia border.


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