Hungary police arrest three Bulgarians, one Afghan related to migrant deaths in Austria

By REUTERS
August 28, 2015 14:52

 
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BUDAPEST - Hungarian police have arrested three Bulgarians and one Afghan citizen related to the truck found in Austria in which 71 migrants have died, Hungarian police said in a statement on Friday on its official website.

"In addition, police have conducted house searches ...and questioned almost 20 people as witnesses," police said in the statement.

Separately, a police spokeswoman told national news agency MTI that there were no Hungarian citizens among the suspects.

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