A man holds the fence and looks over at the Horgos border crossing into Hungary, near Horgos, Serbia, Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2015. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)
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Small groups of migrants continued to sneak into Hungary on Wednesday, a day after the country sealed its border with Serbia and began arresting people trying to breach the razor-wire barrier, while a first group arrived in Croatia seeking another way into the European Union.A day earlier, authorities arrested 174 migrants for illegally breaching the border or damaging the fence.Most of the migrants who had hoped to cross into Hungary were still trapped along the border in Horgos, Serbia, however, with their patience running out.Croatian Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic criticized Hungary's decision to seal its border with Serbia for migrants and says Croatia will not do the same.Dozens of police and aid workers waited for the migrants across the border in Croatia, where they are being registered.
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