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nndb it could be seen from a war zone believing people who've already played conflict in the heart appointing pace migrants and refugees coaching tear gas and water cannon president Gary and rightly breakup protein on the border with Serbia it's a standoff that an intensifying weeks and hungry can , created a , Reuters reporter Alex right there is that whole gloss on the Serbian side ritual and throwing teargas from the Hungarian tribromide unclear program back I've seen injured women injured children people crushed in aspen even people running back and and at the moment before that seems likely appetite partly down behind me and we simply do not know what will happen next year the closure of one front in this migrant crisis has opened up another some have been diverted toward the border with Croatia the police said they transporting migrants to reception centers near the capital Zagreb from there it's just thirty kilometers to the Slovenian border and Europe's Shinkansen aboard a free travel many want to go to Germany , but further problems could wipe the migrants from that site some of the surrounding areas may still contain land mines , remnants of the Balkans conflict in the early nineties , Croatian team mining experts have been quickly scrambled to the border area to assess the risks , thousands of desperate people are now racing through the Balkans with one border closed the fear is more will follow