UN rights chief calls Hungary callous, xenophobic, anti-Muslim

Hungary`s "callous" treatment of refugees arriving at its border in hope of finding asylum in the European Union has included "clear violations of international law", UN human rights chief Zeid Ra`ad al Hussein said in a statement on Thursday.

Geneva: Hungary`s "callous" treatment of refugees arriving at its border in hope of finding asylum in the European Union has included "clear violations of international law", UN human rights chief Zeid Ra`ad al Hussein said in a statement on Thursday.

"High Commissioner Zeid deplored the xenophobic and anti-Muslim views that appear to lie at the heart of current Hungarian government policy," the statement said.

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