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Migrant crisis worries Hungary's Muslim community

By Kristina Jovanovski

Hungary's government failed to get its desired result on Sunday's referendum on the European Union's migrant quotas. Too few people voted for it to be valid. But that is not stopping Prime Minister Viktor Orban. He says that he will change the constitution to block the EU from settling migrants in Hungary. That means the government's hardline anti-migrant rhetoric will likely continue - and that has those in Hungary's Muslim community worried. Kristina Jovanovski reports from Budapest, Hungary.

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