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Migrants enter a train with direction to the Swedish town Helsingborg at the central railway station in Copenhagen on September 10, 2015. Denmark's train operator said Thursday it expected rail traffic across the German border to resume later in the day, after police ordered services to be suspended due to an influx of migrants. Police meanwhile announced they were letting refugees travel freely through Denmark without registering if they didn't want to seek asylum there, allowing them to head to Sweden which is the preferred destination of many because of its more welcoming and generous asylum policy.
Migrants enter a train with direction to the Swedish town Helsingborg at the central railway station in Copenhagen on September 10, 2015. Denmark's train operator said Thursday it expected rail traffic across the German border to resume later in the day, after police ordered services to be suspended due to an influx of migrants. Police meanwhile announced they were letting refugees travel freely through Denmark without registering if they didn't want to seek asylum there, allowing them to head to Sweden which is the preferred destination of many because of its more welcoming and generous asylum policy.

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Refugees and migrants searching for a better life in Europe have little desire to end their journey in Denmark. CNN's Atika Shubert reports.

Denmark, refugees reach uneasy understanding

Refugees and migrants searching for a better life in Europe have little desire to end their journey in Denmark. CNN's Atika Shubert reports.