By Cammeron Neely / Cronkite Borderlands Project
Published July 11, 2016
BUDAPEST, Hungary — Life along the Hungary-Serbia border won't ever be the same since the 2015 refugee crisis. A fence has been erected by the Hungary government. Small border towns in Serbia are trying to return to normal. Volunteers in Hungary continue to stockpile and distribute food and clothing to recent arrivals. And immigrants in Hungary have found both roadblocks and success while trying to build new lives.
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