Around 4000 refugees arrive in Austria from Hungary, many still want to enter Germany

(5 Sep) Hundreds of exhausted migrants streamed into Austria on Saturday, reaching the border on buses provided by an overwhelmed Hungarian government that gave up trying to hold back crowds that had set out on foot for western Europe. After days of confrontation and chaos, Hungary’s right-wing government deployed dozens of buses to move on migrants from the capital, Budapest, and pick up over 1,000 – many of them refugees from the Syrian war – walking down the main highway to Vienna. Austrian police said on Saturday around 4,000 refugees had arrived from Hungary by bus at the border since the early morning hours, with many more to come. “We estimate that around 4,000 have arrived – and I don’t think that is the end of it,” said Helmut Marban, spokesman for the police in the province of Burgenland, adding some already had their journey onwards. “The numbers could well double, if not more,” he told Reuters. A special half-hourly train service was now running to take people