BUDAPEST, March 13 (Xinhua) -- A group of migrants living in a closed detention center in Bekescsaba, southern Hungary, have started a hunger strike on Monday, according to Hungarian public television M1.

About a hundred migrants reside in the camp, but the number of people taking part in the hunger strike is yet unknown.

Media reported many migrants are "suffering from physical and psychic illnesses," and wish to quit the detention camp as soon as possible.

They claimed that they felt "imprisoned" although they had "fled war and death," and they have been in the detention centre for six months without having any information about their case.

On March 7, the Hungarian government hardened its legislation, by restricting asylum seekers in so-called transit zones on the southern border of Hungary with Serbia.

According to the new regulations, Hungarian police will detain each illegal alien found in Hungarian territory and take them to the transit zones to evaluate their case.

Members of Pakistan's Anti-Narcotic Force (ANF) stand beside a pile of burning drugs and liquor at a ceremony in Peshawar on Monday Real Air Jordan Retro For Sale , after the contraband was seized across different areas of the province. The ANF torched 51.6 tons of narcotics . Photo: AFP

KIRKUK, Iraq, Oct. 16 (Xinhua) -- Iraqi security forces on Monday fully recaptured the city of Kirkuk and took control of the government building after the Kurdish forces withdrew from the city, a local security source told Xinhua.

The Counter-Terrorism Service (CTS) Real Air Jordan Shoes For Sale , Iraqi army, federal police and the paramilitary Hashd Shaabi brigades swept the city of Kirkuk, some 250 km north of Baghdad, and took control of provincial government building in the central of the city Real Air Jordan For Sale , the source said on condition of anonymity.

The Iraqi forces deployed in the main streets of the city and seized the other government buildings after the Kurdish Peshmerga forces and thousands of militants affiliated with the leading Kurdish parties withdrew from the streets, the source said.

A statement by the General Command of the Peshmerga forces said "the redeployment of federal forces in Kirkuk is an attack on the province and a flagrant declaration of war on the people of Kurdistan."

The statement accused officials from the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK), which was headed by the late Iraqi President Jalal Talabani, of collaborating in a historic conspiracy against the region of Kurdistan.

"Those (Peshmerga) leaders withdrew from some of the sensitive positions in front of the Hashd Shaabi forces without confrontation and left (the Peshmerga leader) Kosrat Rasoul alone Real Jordan Retro For Sale ," the Peshmerga command said.

However, a statement by the PUK leaders denied the accusations saying they were outnumbered overnight when large Iraqi forces with some 350 tanks and armored vehicles attacked their posts in Taza area in south of Kirkuk and they fought for four hours but the battle was not balanced and were forced to withdraw.

On Monday afternoon, the Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, who is also the Commander-in-Chief of Iraqi forces Real Jordan Shoes For Sale , ordered the troops to raise the Iraqi flag in all the disputed areas, including Kirkuk, Abadi's office said in a statement.

Also in the day, Abadi issued a statement to reassure the people of the Kurdish region and the residents of Kirkuk province that the federal government is keen on their safety and interest.

"We assure our people in Kurdistan and in particular in Kirkuk that we are keen on their safety and interest. We have only fulfilled our constitutional duty to extend the federal authority and impose security and protect the national wealth in this city Air Jordan Retro For Sale ," Abadi said in a statement by his office.

"We call upon the Peshmerga forces to perform their duty under the federal leadership as part of the Iraqi armed forces," Abadi said.

"It's my duty to act in accordance with the constitution to serve the citizens and protect the unity of the country, which was at risk of partition as a result of the insistence on holding a referendum by the controllers of the Kurdistan region unilaterally," Abadi added.

Earlier in the day Air Jordan Shoes For Sale , Abadi ordered government forces to enter the oil-rich Kirkuk province in northern Iraq to regain control of the disputed areas claimed between Baghdad and the Kurdish semi-autonomous region.

The Iraqi forces pushed into Kirkuk province and recaptured the headquarters of the government-owned North Oil Company and the nearby huge oil and gas field, known as Baba Gurgur, in addition to several towns and many oil installations and military bases, including the major airbase of al-Hurriyah Air Jordan For Sale , also known as K1 near Kirkuk.

The Kurds also withdrew from other disputed areas outside Kirkuk province, such as the city of Tuz-Khurmato in Salahudin province and the cities of Qara-Tappa, Jalawlaa and Jabbara in Iraq's eastern province of Diyala.

Disagreements between Baghdad and the Kurdish regional government have been running high for years. The ethnic Kurds consider the northern Kirkuk province and parts of Nineveh, Diyala and Salahudin provinces as disputed areas and want them to be incorporated into their region Jordan Retro For Sale , a move fiercely opposed by the Arabs and Turkomans and by the central government in Baghdad.

The disputed areas are mostly under the control of Peshmerga, but in small areas like the city of Tuz-Khurmato, there is a mixed presence of federal forces and the Peshmerga.

Tensions are escalating between Baghdad and the region of Kurdistan after the Kurds held a controversial referendum on the independence of the Kurdistan region and the disputed areas.

The independence of Kurdistan is opposed not only by the Iraqi central government, but also by most other countries as it would threaten the integrity of Iraq and undermine the fight against IS militants.

Iraq's neighboring count.