Hundreds of migrants are stranded in Budapest after Hungarian police stopped trains leaving for Austria and Germany in a bid to stop them travelling onwards.
Authorities reportedly halted westbound departures from Keleti station for more than an hour, with an announcement over its loudspeakers saying that the measure would be in effect for an undetermined period of time.
Hundreds of migrants and asylum seekers were ordered to leave the building, including many who had spent hundreds of euros on tickets.
Migrants protest in front of the Keleti Railway Station
Budapest's main international railway station ordered an evacuation as hundreds of migrants tried to board trains to Austria and Germany
Migrants wait behind a fence guarded by police as the Keleti train terminal
Migrants shout slogans in front of the Keleti Railway Station
Syrian migrants show their train tickets to Germany and demand being let on the train but Keleti train terminal
Migrants gesture as they stand in the main Eastern Railway station in Budapest
Riot police stand on the train track as they monitor migrants and refugees at the Keleti (eastern) railway station
Migrants wave their train tickets and lift up children outside the main Eastern Railway station
Refugee children sleep in the surrounding green area of the Keleti railway station in Budapest