World Bulletin / News Desk
Czech police removed about 200 migrants from trains heading towards Germany and marked them with numbers, local media in Czecholslavkia.
According to the report published in Zpravy on Wednesday, the refugees had arrived from Budapest in Hungary and then placed in detention centers after they were removed from the train in the easternmost province of Moravia.
The majority of the refugees had come from Syria according to i24news.
Michal Hasek, the governor of southern Moravia where the train was stopped said that authorities in the region "are preparing for what would occur if the wave of refugees increased."
Güncelleme Tarihi: 02 Eylül 2015, 12:03