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Deadly journey
Deadly journey App verry good The grisly discovery of 71 bodies decomposing in an abandoned lorry on an Austrian motorway marked a turning point in Europes migrant crisis It led to an outpouring of sympathy for refugees and was a catalyst in the decision in August 2015 to open borders and allow them to head on towards Germany Eleven men went on trial in Hungary on Wednesday for the lorry tragedy, accused of being part of a criminal smuggling network, and in four cases charged with murder The defendants - nine Bulgarians, an Afghan and a Lebanese - are being tried by a Hungarian court because the victims are thought to have died before the lorry reached Austria Almost two years on, the mood towards refugees in Austria and policies towards them have changed And migrants are still dying at the hands of smugglers as they try to reach Western Europe It was such a hot day, said Otto Lippert who works at the local Parndorf authority Our town had been planning a celebration that evening, but then the news came in that a small lorry containing dead people had been found on the A4 motorway near Parndorf Shaking his head, he added: The party atmosphere was gone - catastrophe mood in its place The migrants had suffocated, trapped in the back of the airtight vehicle Prosecutors believe they died shortly after the van drove off from the Hungarian border with Serbia, before the truck reached Austria There were women and children among the dead One was a baby, less than a year old They were found on the same day that European leaders, including Germanys Chancellor Angela Merkel, had been meeting in Vienna to discuss the increasing numbers of migrants and refugees travelling up through from the Western Balkans 71 victims 59 men, 8 women, 4 children 29 from Iraq, mainly Iraqi Kurdistan including towns of Dohuk and Zakho 21 from Afghanistan 15 from Syria, including from town of Qamishly 1 still unidentified People in Parndorf were deeply shocked by the tragedy, says Otto Lippert Everyone could sympathise There were women and children among the dead And they were angry with the smugglers But then, probably as a result of the bodies being discovered, the borders were opened and refugees from Hungary were able to pass through Austria on their way to Germany Thousands of refugees were moving through People didnt like that and the mood tipped almost entirely the other way There was a sense of angst and panic The borders on the Western Balkan route were not to remain open In 2016, Austrias Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz played a key role in shutting the route down Now he wants the Mediterranean route closed as well The only way to take away the traffickers business and end the dying in the Mediterranean is to ensure that anyone who sets off illegally does not arrive in Central Europe, Mr Kurz told the Austrian Press Agency recently He wants refugees rescued in the Mediterranean to be taken to holding camps in northern Africa Countries such as Tunisia and Egypt have reacted sceptically to his suggestion - but the hardline stance seems to be helping Mr Kurz in the opinion polls Far fewer migrants are now reaching Austria via the Balkan routes - but people smuggling in this region continues As a direct response to the discovery of the truck, Austria set up a cross-border operation to help police in Central Europe and the Balkans combat the problem 34Thousands of migrants are waiting within the region - in Serbia, in Greece, in Turkey These smuggling networks are trying to hide them in a very dangerous way 34 The Joint Operational Office has made almost 200 arrests this year, according to Gerald Tatzgern of the Austrian police But with the closing of the borders, the risks for migrants who pay smugglers to bring them to Western Europe are higher Now we have these cargo-smuggling cases in lorries and vans, which makes it again, like the situation in 2015, very dangerous for the migrants, he says We had a case last week where a 16-year-old Bulgarian smuggler without a driving licence had an accident He had 27 migrants in a small lorry - and he had an accident and 10 died Yasser Alnazar arrived in Austria in 2015 when the borders were still open, shortly after the discovery of the lorry He fled from Iraq because of his homosexuality and is waiting for his asylum claim to be processed He is currently performing in a new play highlighting conditions at the height of the migrant crisis in Austrias main asylum centre at Traiskirchen Not everyone is open-minded to accept refugees, he says Some people just think these people came to our country to take our jobs But in my life here, I have met more people who are positive about refugees They are really kind to them and try really hard to help them App verry good

Motorway Cops Full Secrets & Lies

Deadly Highways - Motorway Cops (full)
At night, a lorry jack-knifes on an unlit section of the M6, and two cars have ploughed full-speed into the underside of its trailer. The roofs of both cars have been taken off in the impact, and one man is dead. But, miraculously, three others have survived. It's up to PCs Elliot, Bullard and Shail to find out if this was simply the hand of fate or if someone is to blame. The Motorway Cops deal with the ever present danger these 44 tonne lorries can present to the ordinary motorist. When a car carrying a family with two kids is hit and spins off onto the hard shoulder, the cops fear the worst, but luckily the passengers are shaken but uninjured. Not far away another car ends thirty yards up the embankment after spinning off the road at speed. Near Spaghetti Junction PCs Jay Hussein and Martin Smith are trying to stop a stolen van which is causing chaos with the rush hour traffic. Five police cars are in hot pursuit but the thief evades all their traps until finally he's cornered and his luck runs out. Meanwhile, when PC Dal Nijjar pulls over another wanted van, he's shocked to discover an infant in the back who's not secured and has been bounced around, supported between some shopping bags. It's sheer luck the baby has not been injured but it's something Dal's ever-patient colleague, PC Andy Collins, has seen time and time again.

Traffic cops 'lost and found '
please subscribe to join team 2007 Full credit goes to BBC in Sussex the traffic cops are hunting for missing people and a pursuit ends in a decamp, and loss sighting of the suspect in a ford focus estate.