The first "Turan Award" given to wood carver Sándor Nemes

Friday, October 24, 2014

The first "Turan Award" has been given to wood carver Sándor Nemes in an award presentation ceremony at the headquarters of the Hungarian Turan Foundation. Wood carver Sándor Nemes has been honored with the prestigious prize by the board of trustees recognizing his outstanding contribution to Hungarian arts and culture. The artist's works celebrate the country's ancient history including its Turanian past carved in wood says the statement issued by the Hungarian Turan Foundation.

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The colonial empire doesn't tolerete the Hungarian flag even at the National Holiday

Thursday, October 23, 2014

MEP Krisztina Morvai commemorated the 58th anniversary of the Hungarian uprising in her EU parliament address; meanwhile, she denounced EU officials that ordered the confiscation of small paper flags from a group of Hungarian students arrived in the EU parliament at the National Holiday. Now, the question arises on what moral ground can the European Union preach the importance of human rights, freedom of speech, and freedom of expression asked Morvai.


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Remembering the 58th anniversary of the 1956 Hungarian uprising

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Fifty-six Miskolc gypsies left for Switzerland, hundreds may follow

Residents of Miskolc are rejoicing. On October 20, twelve Roma families - a total of 56 people - left the city for Switzerland. This number might increase by the hundreds in the coming weeks, even thousands of them may leave the city unless their housing problems solved said Gábor Váradi, the chairman of the Miskolc Roma Minority Self-Government.

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Hungarian photographer Bence Máté wins top prize in the "Birds" category at BBC Wildlife Magazine photo competition

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Bence Máté is the first Hungarian photographer who won top prize in this category. His photos have already been awarded four times at this prestigious photo competition, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year.

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The Arab Business Club opens representative office in Hungary

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

While the enemies of country waging a multi-front war on the Hungarian nation, the Arab countries see great potential in cooperation with Hungary. The Arab Business Club opens a permanent representative office in Budapest to encourage private investments in the country announced the Chairman of the organization Hamdan Mohamed al-Mursidi in Budapest on Monday.

The Arab Business Club was founded five years ago, and now it has more than 8,500 members in 35 countries. Hungary is the 36th country where the organization opens a permanent office; the organization will be represented in Budapest by Gábor Váradi.

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US Secretary of State John Kerry snubs Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szjjártó

Washington, Oct. 21 2014 - Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó arrives at the State Department in Washington. MTI Photo: Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade / Szémann Tamás

Hungary's powerful enemies are rejoicing. The US Secretary of State John Kerry refuses to meet Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szjjártó during his Washington visit on Tuesday. The Monday's edition of Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung writes that the American administration imposed travel restrictions on several Hungarian citizen that are allegedly involved in a corruption scheme. The newspaper remarks that the American administration downgraded relations with Hungary to the level of Russia and Uganda.

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Sympathy demonstration in support of newly elected Mayor of Ózd Dávid Janiczak

Monday, October 20, 2014

Sympathy demonstration was held in Ózd in support of newly elected Mayor of Dávid Janiczak. Defeated mayoral candidate Pál Fürjes challenged the election result on the basis of fabricated evidence and as a result, the election commission ordered a repeat mayoral election.

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Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sergei Lavrov called on the EU to stop interfering in Moldova's internal affairs

Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sergei Lavrov warned the European Union against imposing an Ukrainian style scenario in Moldova because there will be serious consequences of such a move; the Russian foreign minister said this at the ruling United Russia party Monday's event in Moscow.

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Daniella Éltető crowned as WKU professional Thai boxing world champion at Fight 4 Glory event in Switzerland

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Daniella Éltető went into local history books as being the first Hungarian woman winning the Thai boxing world champion title.

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The US issues undisguised threats against Hungary

Washington imposed travel restrictions on several Hungarian citizens accusing them of corruption.

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Anna Olasz wins gold medal at open-water swimmers World Cup series in Hong Kong

Saturday, October 18, 2014

The Hungarian national sports federation reported on Saturday that 21-year-old Anna Olasz won gold medal at open-water swimmers World Cup series in Hong Kong. Forty-two competitors took part in the race in a 28 degree Celsius water with very high waves.

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Three-time Olympic champion kayaker Katalin Kovács planning a come back

Four months after giving birth to a baby girl three-time Olympic champion and 31-time wold champion kayaker Katalin Kovács already training hard; she is gradually regaining her former physical strength as she already trains regularly and she enjoys every minute of it. Kovács is planning to compete at major international tournaments in the spring.

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Dmitry Medvedev: Obama’s charges against Russia were caused by a “brain aberration”

Friday, October 17, 2014

Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, left, gives interview to CNBS in Moscow. Right: journalist Geoff Cutmore.(RIA Novosti / Ekaterina Shtukina)

The Russian PM has suggested that Obama’s charges against Russia were caused by a “brain aberration” and added that such rhetoric saddened him.

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Jobbik wrote a letter regarding the mass graves in Donetsk

The Jobbik party following the military situation in Ukraine since the outbreak of the civil war. The war inflicts untold sufferings on the civilian population living in the eastern regions yet the western media projects a rather one-sided picture of the situation; it is long suspected that a humanitarian disaster has been unfolding in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions due to the unjustified aggression of the Ukrainian army and the indifference of Western powers.

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