• No freedom or hope for migrants in Hungary transit camps

    BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — When they set off from violence-plagued Afghanistan nearly two years ago, 17-year-old Hamad Ahmadi and his family believed Europe would give them a chance for a new life. They didn’t expect to be penned in a Hungarian migrant center sealed with razor wire, where security was so tight that police felt the need to escort Ahmadi’s sister-in-law to the hospital to give birth.