The main train station in Budapest has been opened to migrants following a two day stand off.
Hundreds of people were refused access to trains bound for Germany and other western European countries.
It comes as talks take place in Brussels today on how to deal with the growing migrant crisis – and as the world reacts to photographs of a young boy washed up on a beach in Turkey, after he drowned in the Mediterranean.
Italy, France and Germany have now called for “fair distribution” of refugees throughout the EU – so far, Ireland has agreed to accept just 600 people.
Jane Anne McKenna is from Medecins San Frontieres: