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Now Serbia and Czech Republic join call to reject migrants in wake of Hungary's referendum

Hungary's emphatic vote to scrap EU migrant quotas has triggered a "domino effect" of anti-refugee sentiment across eastern Europe, with the leaders of Serbia and the Czech Republic joining calls to reject migrants from the bloc on Monday. More than 98% of Hungarians voted to scrap the Brussels-imposed quotas in Sunday night's referendum, though it failed to meet the turnout threshold and was declared invalid.
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