Migrants, mainly from Afghanistan and Pakistan, sit on a field near the Serbian-Hungarian border fence during a hunger strike near the village of Horgos, Serbia July 25, 2016. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
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About 150 migrants, mainly from Afghanistan and Pakistan, on Monday started a hunger strike in a field in Serbia on the border with Hungary to demand passage to the European Union.It also allowed police send back illegal migrants detained within eight km (five miles) of its border with Serbia.According Serbia's commissariat for refugees, about 3,000 migrants remained stranded in the country, including 800 awaiting entry into the EU in camps at the Horgos and Kelebija border crossings with Hungary.
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