Hungarian police officer watches migrants as they arrive to a collection point in Roszke, Hungary, after crossing the border from Serbia, September 6, 2015. (REUTERS/Marko Djurica)
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Thousands of exhausted migrants received a hero's welcome Sunday as they streamed into Western Europe, but Austria warned the emergency measures are only "temporary" as the EU struggles to establish a united response to the crisis.German police said a record 14,000 people had arrived from Austria over the weekend by late afternoon Sunday, the majority of them fleeing the civil war in Syria, and some 3,000 more were expected during the evening.Most of the migrants are hoping to reach Germany, Europe's biggest economy, which is expecting a record 800,000 new asylum seekers this year, four times the number in 2014 .The human cost of Europe's refugee crisis, which has seen more than 350,000 people attempt the perilous crossing from North Africa this year, was brought into sharp focus by pictures of a Syrian toddler found dead on a Turkish beach last week.Turkish Prime Minister Ahmed Davutoglu, whose country has become a key transit route for refugees fleeing war in neighboring Syria, on Sunday lashed out at the "ridiculously small" share of refugees EU countries were accepting.
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