In separate videos, the woman, who was not named by the channel, is seen kicking a girl and tripping up the man carrying a child as hundreds of migrants, many of them Syrian refugees, broke away from police on Hungary's southern border with Serbia.
"An employee of N1TV today showed unacceptable behaviour at the Roszke collection point," N1TV, also known as Nemzeti TV, said in a statement.

"We have terminated the contract of the camerawoman with immediate effect today," the channel said.
Szabolcs Kisberk, Chief Editor at the TV station, said, "I believe we have done what we had to do in this situation. We don't understand how this could happen, it is shocking and unacceptable."
Hungary's right-wing government has taken a hard line on the flow of migrants across its borders en route to western Europe, portraying them as a threat to European prosperity and 'Christian values'.



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