Hungary upholds ‘terrorism’ verdict for Syrian

Ahmed had spent more than a decade living in Cyprus with his Cypriot wife and two young daughters. He was helping his parents and brother’s family flee Syria for Europe in 2015 when he was arrested in Hungary. Hundreds of migrants became stranded after the border with Serbia was closed the day before. Ahmed used a megaphone to communicate with police, and when the protest turned violent, he was involved in throwing rocks at the authorities.

 

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