Osama Abdul Mohsen holds his son Zaid as they arrive at the Barcelona train station on Sept. 16, 2015. Manu Fernandez/AP hide caption

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After The Trip Seen 'Round The World, Syrian Refugee Builds A New Life

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Mustafa Abdul Saleh (at right front), a 20-year-old Kurd from Syria, confers with a Kurdish interpreter (left), during his trial in Szeged, Hungary. Saleh passed through a hole in the razor wire fence that Hungary has built on its border with Serbia. Breaching the fence is a criminal offense, and Saleh was expelled from Hungary and ordered back into Serbia. Lauren Frayer for NPR hide caption

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Hungary Steps Up Arrest And Deportation Of Migrants

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About 20 people wave anti-immigrant placards and flags at a Jobbik rally last Tuesday in Szentgotthárd, a rural factory town near Hungary's border with Austria. Lauren Frayer for NPR hide caption

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A Race To The Far Right In Hungarian Politics

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Syrian Basel Esa, 23, sits in the grass behind a gas station near the Hungary-Serbia border, rapping into an NPR microphone. The amateur rapper fled his home in Raqqa two years ago and lived in Turkey before deciding to go to Europe. He raps about war, survival and the smugglers that harassed him along his journey north to Germany. Lauren Frayer for NPR hide caption

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Syria's 'DJ Marshall B' Raps About The Pain Of Being A Refugee

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Andris Roder (left) and Adam Finding, cooks at the Kisuzem restaurant in Budapest, prepare a traditional Eritrean meal of injera bread, chickpea paste and meat stew. Their restaurant served up Eritrean food all week for a food festival in solidarity with migrants and refugees streaming into Hungary. Lauren Frayer for NPR hide caption

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Budapest Foodies Hope Cuisine Can Help Heal Anti-Migrant Prejudice

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Migrants arriving in Hungary from Croatia are offered water by volunteers in a resting zone near the border. Offers of food and water are permitted, but some other forms of help are restricted by Hungarian law. Tamas Soki/EPA/LANDOV hide caption

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Risking Arrest, Thousands Of Hungarians Offer Help To Refugees

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Refugees and other migrants wait to board buses at Tovarnik railway station in Croatia after crossing from Serbia on Friday. Officials say they were forced to close eight road border crossings Thursday after thousands of people entered the country when Hungary fenced off its border with Serbia earlier this week. Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images hide caption

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Osama Abdul Mohsen (left) has the promise of a new job in Spain, where soccer officials invited him to come live. He's seen here with his son Zaid as they arrive at the Barcelona train station Wednesday. Manu Fernandez/AP hide caption

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Hungarian border police talk next to a fence, next to a woman who is among hundreds of refugees and migrants caught behind a fence at the Hungarian border with Serbia Wednesday. Armend Nimani/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Former Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany and wife Klara Dobrev (at top right) host breakfast for migrants at their home in Budapest. Eleanor Beardsley/NPR hide caption

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A Former Hungarian Leader Hosts Migrants, Despite Government Crackdown

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A young man and his son lean on a border stone after they were stopped by Hungarian soldiers Tuesday at the border exit between Serbia and Hungary in Asotthalom near Roszke, southern Hungary. Matthias Schrader/AP hide caption

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A migrant family stands at the border in Roszke, Hungary, after Hungarian police officers closed access between Serbia and Hungary on Monday. Matthias Schrader/AP hide caption

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As Hungary Seals Its Borders, A Rush To Make It Across

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A boy sits on his father's shoulders, part of a crowd of migrants waiting to board a train leaving for the Austrian border at the Keleti railway station in Budapest. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Trained In Budapest, Middle Eastern Doctors Return To Aid Migrants

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