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Small Hungarian team wins 1 gold and 5 bronze medals at World Nomad Games in Kyrgyzstan

Thursday, September 29, 2016

The Second World Nomad Games was held between September 3-8, 2016, near Lake Issyk and Kyrchyn-canyon in Kyrgyzstan.

Fifty-three countries participated in the tournament that opened by Kyrgyz President Almazbek Atambaev; the opening speech followed by a spectacular opening ceremony in a new stadium in Cholpon-ata city.

Hungary has been represented by the Turan Foundation (the main organizer of the Hungarian Tribal Assembly – Kurultáj), the Hungarian national team, and the Hungarian mas-wrestling team, a total of 28 members.

At the request of Kyrgyz organizers the Hungarian Turan Foundation cavalry fighting team also participated in the opening ceremony, which is attended by Kyrgyzstan's Minister of Culture, Sports and Education, delegates of international organizations, as well as diplomats from more than 10 countries, including Hungary's ambassador to Kazakhstan, and three members of the Hungarian ministry of foreign affairs.

The main events were held in a newly built sports complex capable of accommodating tens of thousands of people with a spectacular view of Lake Issyk.

Competitions were held in two locations - in Cholpon-ata city's new stadium and in Kyrchyn-canyon where organizers built a vast nomad yurt camp situated between 2-3 thousand meters high mountains on a picturesque plateau.

The Hungarian team competed in 7 events including archery, traditional archery, long-range archery, horse wrestling, Kyrgyz wrestling, wrestling, and mas-wrestling.

Hungarian athletes were very successful despite their small number.

Hungary won first place in horseback archery - István Vermes won gold and his son Balázs Vermes won bronze medal in the event.

In traditional archery József Szabó won a bronze medal. In traditional Kyrgyz wrestling(Kyrgyz Kurosh) Gábor Hagyó and Róbert Tóth won bronze medals. Dominik Juhász in mas-wrestling also won bronze medal.

Hungarian athletes won a total of six medals (one gold and five bronze medals).

Slovakia was also represented by mainly ethnic Hungarian competitors from "Felvidék" - all Slovakian medalists (3) are ethnic Hungarians.

The next World Nomad Games will be held in 2018.

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Hungary 'will never accept mandatory quota system' for migrants

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Hungary will hold a referendum on October 2 on whether to accept mandatory EU quotas for relocating migrants. Péter Szijjártó, the Hungarian foreign minister, tells FRANCE 24 why his government is against the scheme. He also reacts to recent comments by his counterpart from Luxembourg, Jean Asselborn, who called for Hungary to be suspended or even expelled from the EU.

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Why do Dutch girls want to move to Hungary?

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

The Hungarian government's immigration policy is very popular in several European countries. In the Netherlands, young girls started wearing T-shirts proclaiming that they emigrate to Hungary rather than enroll in re-education "therapy" programs.

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Peter Szijjarto: 'Migration became a security threat' - Talk to Al Jazeera

Monday, September 26, 2016

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BUDAPEST BOMBING: What Really Happened + Police Footage

On September 24, 2016, at 10:36pm on Teréz körút a cluster bomb placed in the doorway of an abandoned building exploded and severely injured two police officers who were just in the process of walking past.
Motivation are still unclear and a manhunt is under way for the suspect.

Here is the full video of the explosion footage released by Police Hungary:

Here are photos of the suspect on the website of the Hungarian police:

And here are other links to articles about the case: (in Hungarian)


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Dr. Drábik János - Migránsválság és a háttérhatalom

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PM Viktor Orbán: Humanity is entering into a new era

Sunday, September 25, 2016

Europe is going through a momentous time period and humanity is entering into a new era; but instead of the previous violent social eruptions, a slower, and a more difficult process has begun (in the history of mankind) - said Prime Minister Viktor Orbán in an interview with "Magyar Kurír" Catholic news site.

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Saturday, September 24, 2016

Liliána Szilágyi, a butterflier from Kőbánya Swimming Club in Budapest who competed for Hungary at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, has announced she will join the University of Florida women’s swimming and diving team in January 2017. As such, she will join a recruiting class that also consists of Danielle Keymont, Emma Ball, Georgia Darwent, Isabella Garofalo, Kelly Fertel, Kelsey Dambacher, Laura Rodríguez Cao, Maddy Conway, Makayla Sargent, Niki Urquidi, Savanna Faulconer, Sherridon Dressel, and Tori Bindi.

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Hungary-Minister for Foreign Affairs Addresses General Debate, 71st Session

Friday, September 23, 2016

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I love Hungary just the way it is

Thursday, September 22, 2016

According to Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, next Sunday’s quota referendum will decide “how strong a sword we can forge” for Hungarians’ struggle against the Brussels bureaucrats.

In an interview published by news portal on Thursday, the Prime Minister said that he loves Hungary just the way it is, and does not want to see anyone change it under orders from outside.

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Hungary claims parts of London a ‘no-go zone’ because of terrorists posing as migrants

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

The Hungarian government has defended issuing leaflets that label a dozen areas in Britain, including London, Southampton and Peterborough, “no-go zones” because they are overrun by migrants.

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PM Viktor Orbán: In these troubled times, we invest into things we know best - science

In these troubled times and confusing spiritual and political climate we Hungarian can do one thing: invest into things we know best - science stressed Prime Minister Viktor Orbán at the reception honoring Széchenyi prize winning scientists at Vigadó, Tuesday night.

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Colleen Bell leaving post as US Ambassador to Hungary

Tuesday, September 20, 2016 has learned that US Ambassador to Hungary Colleen Bell will leave post after the November US presidential election.

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Reverse integration is taking place in Europe - Member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences Miklós Maróth

Reverse integration is taking place in Europe - Muslim migrants are not integrating into European societies, but Europeans began adopting the Muslim culture said Miklós Maróth member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences to M1 TV on Monday.

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Why Budapest is 100x Better Than Paris!

Monday, September 19, 2016

Hint: diversity plays a key role.

Here are relevant articles mentioned in the video:

The Guardian on the fall of tourism in Paris:

National Geographic: Rising Stars of Europe: Three Cities to Visit Now:

World Tourism Organization ranks Hungary as Europe's fastest expanding tourist destination.

Dindus attack Paris police commissioner:


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