By Mauricio Casillas and Carolina Marquez / Cronkite Borderlands Project
Published July 11, 2016
BUDAPEST, Hungary — Life is different for Muslims living in Hungary since the refugee crisis in 2015 when tens of thousands of predominantly Muslim migrants passed through the country before the government took tough steps to stop the flow. Muslims, who account for less than 1 percent of Hungary's population of 10 million, had lived peacefully and in relative obscurity but the refugee crisis changed all that.
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