Hungary warns migrants in Lebanese media ads
Thousands more continue to brave the Mediterranean in rickety boats as they try to reach more welcoming countries
The Hungarian government is warning migrants not to enter the country illegally saying it is a crime punishable by imprisonment.
In a full-page advertisement in Lebanon's leading An-Nahar daily Monday, the government says "the strongest possible action is taken" against people who attempt to enter Hungary illegally.
Hungary, which closed its border with Serbia on Sept. 15, erected another steel barrier at the Beremend border crossing from Croatia to try to slow the flow of migrants. But they kept coming.
People fleeing violence and poverty in the Middle East, Asia and Africa are rushing from one European border to the next as they desperately try to find a way north.
Thousands more continue to brave the Mediterranean in rickety boats as they try to reach more welcoming countries like Germany and Sweden.