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Hungary alleges migrant "no-go" areas in European capitals

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>> A leaflet showing migrants which places in Europe are a no go, produced by the Hungarian government. Set on campaigning against migration ahead of the country's referendum on whether to reject EU quotas. The title of one section, forced resettlement poses a threat to our culture and traditions. Alongside a map of Europe, the area's migrants should avoid at all costs in red.
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Amongst them London, Paris, Brussels, Berlin and Nice. Britain's embassy in Budapest raising concerns about the handout, but its comments to be expected given Prime Minister Victor Orban has said the European Union should round up and deport all illegal immigrants. As part of the government's campaign, billboards linking migration to violent attacks.
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Orban says, without a change in migration policies, the EU is threatened with a civilian catastrophe. And polls suggests most Hungarians agree with him, signing their support in the street. The only visible campaign against the October the 2nd referendum a small spoof mocking in the governments anti-immigrant rhetoric. But that's unlikely to have much impact.
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Although voter turnout is uncertain, polls suggest the results will only go one way.