FM Péter Szijjártó is the first high ranking EU politician visiting Turkey since the failed coup attempt in July

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

There is no doubt that Europe, and Hungary in it, is only interested in the stability of Turkey, Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó told the Hungarian News Agency MTI on Tuesday in Ankara.

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Harvest procession and bread blessing ceremony in the Castle district in Budapest (Photo report)

Hundreds of people lined up in the Castle district to get their bread blessed at the national holiday.

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Multiple World Champion Archer József Mónus received the Gold Cross of Merit of Hungary Award (Magyar Arany Érdemkereszt)

Multiple World Record Holder Archer József Mónus has been awarded with the Gold Cross of Merit of Hungary Prize on the national holiday on August 20.

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PM Viktor Orbán expected six gold medals in Rio but Team Hungary delivered eight

Monday, August 22, 2016

PM Viktor Orbán personally congratulated to Three-time Olympic Gold Medalist Swimmer Katinka Hosszú in Rio Olympic Stadium. Photo: István Huszti

Team Hungary, despite several incredible setbacks (for instance Olympic Bronze Medalist Judoka Éva Csernoviczki suffered a serious leg injury in her first match) ended up winning eight gold medals in Rio.

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Swimmer Katinka Hosszú and kayaker Danuta Kozák are among Rio Olympics’ top performers

Sunday, August 21, 2016

Three-time Olympic Champion Swimmer Katinka Hosszú and five-time Olympic gold medalist kayaker Danuta Kozák are among Rio's top ten athletes; the list released by the Rio Olympics News Service on Sunday.

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The House of Hungary in downtown Rio de Janeiro is popular among local fans as well

The place is a meeting point of Hungarian fans in Rio, where they can mingle with athletes and enjoy a piece of Hungarian culture and history far away from the motherland.

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Swimmer Katinka Hosszú will carry the national flag at Rio Olympics closing ceremony

Saturday, August 20, 2016

Three-time Olympic Champion Swimmer Katinka Hosszú will carry the national flag at the Olympic Games closing ceremony on Sunday announced in a press conference on Saturday, in the House of Hungary in Rio.

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Canoe Sprint: Hungary's Kozak paddles her way to a triple gold

By Amy Tennery | RIO DE JANEIRO

Photos: MTI

(From left to right) Szabó Gabriella, Kozák Danuta, Csipes Tamara and Fazekas-Zur Krisztina

Hungarian kayaker Danuta Kozak won her third gold medal of the Games on Saturday, a rare feat that has been matched by just two canoe sprint athletes before her.

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PM Viktor Orbán flew to Rio de Janeiro

Friday, August 19, 2016

Viktor Orbán and FINA-President Julio C. Maglione

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán met FINA-President Julio C. Maglione, FINA Secretary-General Paolo Barelli and FINA Director-General Cornel Marculescu to discuss next year's FINA world Cup preparations in Budapest, as well as Hungary's bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics.

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Rio Olympics 2016: Danuta Kozák wins gold medal in women’s K-1 500m

Thursday, August 18, 2016

Kayaker Danuta Kozák won gold medal in women's K-1 500 meters in Rio; this is Hungary's 500th Olympic medal in the history of the games; the 175 gold medal went to kayaker Danuta Kozák.

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More than a quarter of a million people visited this year's Kurultaj

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Europe's largest equestrian event has been attended by participants from 12 countries across Europe and Asia. In addition, 27 ethnic groups among them Turkish, Bulgarian, Uzbek, Azerbaijani, Kyrgyz, Kazakh, Mongolian, Turkmen, Uyghur, Bashkir, Tatar, Yakut, Chuvash and Balkar nationals marched under the Turanian flag.

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Rio Olympics 2016: GABRIELLA SZABÓ and DANUTA KOZÁK Olympic Champions in women’s K-2 500 m

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Danuta Kozák picked up an intestinal infection right after arriving in Rio; yesterday, she competed sick.

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Creepy scarecrows keep migrants away from Hungarian border? (PHOTOS)

Pictures of sinister scarecrows reportedly planted to keep refugees away from the Hungarian border have appeared on social media. The country is to hold a referendum to decide if it will further accept the EU’s mandatory migrant quota system.

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Hunting for Migrants in My Town! Baroque Festival, and Musing on Loneliness

Today, I walk around my town hunting for migrants to satisfy the migrant-obsessed portion of my viewers.
This video is in the informal style of a Vlog, so I do include some footage of a Baroque festival, and spend a few minutes musing about my current life situation.

I understand if not everyone agrees with my opinion about loneliness, female sexual responsibility, and the male issues around relationships. I am more than happy to listen to other views on this subject.

After all, we all suffer from these problems one way or another, and discussing them can help.


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Rio Olympics 2016: Hungarian men's epee team wins bronze medal

Sunday, August 14, 2016

The Hungarian men's epee team won bronze medal at Rio Olympics by defeating Ukraine 39-37. Photo: MTI

From left to right: Boczkó Gábor, Rédli András, Imre Géza and Somfai Péter

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