Croatia says migrants to be transported to reception centres near Zagreb


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  • Wednesday, 16 Sep 2015

ZAGREB (Reuters) - Police in Croatia said on Wednesday they were registering migrants entering from Serbia and would transport them to reception centres near the capital Zagreb.

A police spokesman in the eastern border county of Vukovarsko-Srijemska confirmed an unspecified number of migrants had crossed into Croatia, after a Reuters cameraman saw at least 100 walking through fields across the border.

(Reporting by Igor Ilic; Writing by Matt Robinson; editing by Ralph Boulton)

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