Soldiers are seen at the border between Hungary and Serbia, near Roszke, 180 kms southeast from Budapest, Hungary, Sept. 14, 2015. European Union interior ministers meet for emergency migration talks, a day after Germany reintroduced checks at its border with Austria to stem the continuing flow of refugees.
German policemen check passenger's documents on a train in Freilassing, on the border between Austria and Germany. The German government is sticking with its forecast for 800,000 asylum seekers and refugees to arrive in the country this year despite strong inflows in recent weeks, a spokesman for the Interior Ministry said.
Policemen register refugees at the rail station in Freilassing, southern Germany before they take them away in busses.
Migrants walk away from the border crossing from Hungary in Nickelsdorf, Austria. Austria announced it would dispatch the armed forces to guard its eastern frontier, following Germany's lead in reimposing Europe's internal border controls after thousands of migrants streamed across its frontier from Hungary on foot.