Migrants walk along the fence on the Serbian side of the border near the Hungarian migrant collection point in Roszke, Hungary, September 14, 2015. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh
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Dozens of Hungarian police have moved onto the rail line near Roszke that has been migrants' major border crossing point, getting ready to close the remaining gap in the country's 110-mile (177-kilometer) border fence.Police are telling migrants to head through farm fields to Hungary's nearest approved border crossing, a road 2 kilometers (1 mile) to the west.Hungarian police detained 5,809 migrants Sunday, shattering the previous one-day mark of 4,330 set Saturday.Those seeking to go to Germany usually go through Hungary and Austria first.By 8 a.m. Monday, police said another 3,280 people had been detained for crossing the border illegally, taking Hungary's 2015 total to nearly 195,000 .
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