Austrian/Slovenian border, near Spielfeld - 28 October 2015
1. Various of refugees and migrants waiting on Austrian side of border, standing behind police-guarded barriers
2. Various of large crowd of refugees and migrants in fenced off area on Slovenian side of border, Slovenian army soldiers standing in front of fence
3. Refugees and migrants seen through fence, Austrian army soldiers in background
4. Mid shot of Austrian soldiers
5. Close of scuffles amongst crowd
6. Slovenian soldier ordering men behind fence to stop fighting, UPSOUND (English) "Hey, stop. Did you hear me? Stop. Calm down, calm down, everything will be fine, just calm down."
7. Various of men inside fence arguing, pushing each other and fighting
8. Austrian soldier with megaphone
9. Austrian soldiers entering behind barriers
10. Various of refugees and migrants seen through fence, including children and women, sitting on the ground eating
11. Close of man kissing small child
12. Two small girls holding onto wire fence
13. Wide of migrants and refugees, Austrian soldiers
14. Set up shot of Austrian police spokesman Fritz Grundnig
15. SOUNDBITE (German) Fritz Grundnig, Austrian police spokesman:
"I do not have any concrete information on this (referring to Austrian plans to build border fence). They formed a working group of experts in Vienna, which will look at the situation on the ground and decide what construction measures are necessary or feasible."
Tensions were running high on Wednesday among refugees and migrants accumulating in large numbers on Austria's border with Slovenia, waiting to be allowed to continue their journey deeper into Europe.
Police said some 5-thousand people were waiting in makeshift reception camps on the border and more were on their way.
In a fenced off area on the Slovenian side of the border, many people, including children, were standing or sitting on the ground.
Groups of men were seen arguing and scuffling, forcing authorities to intervene to restore calm.
Austria, which has been a strong critic of the building of fences to keep out migrants, announced plans on Wednesday to erect barriers along parts of its own border, but insisted the move was meant solely to bring order to the flow of people entering the country.
An Austrian police spokesman on the border said forces on the ground had not yet received any specific orders in relation to the plan and that an expert commission would be sent from the capital to assess their needs.