Palestinians living in Hungary demonstrate against the Israeli invasion of Gaza in front of the St. Stephen's Cathedral

Thursday, July 31, 2014

The photo shows Palestinian Ambassador to Hungary Marie Antoinette Sedin talking to the demonstrators in front of St. Stephen's Cathedral in Budapest on July 31, 2014. MTI Photo: Beliczay László

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Sudanese mercenaries with British passport fighting in the Ukrainian army

A few days ago, Donetsk people's militia reported finding the remains of several black soldiers dressed in Ukrainian uniform after a mop up operation in the Donetsk region. Among the remains, militiamen found a British passport belonged to one of the black causalities who was a British citizen of Sudanese descent who entered the country with Ukrainian visa.

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MEP Andrea Bocskor of Transcarpathia is accused of spying by the chauvinist, anti-Hungarian Svoboda party

A representative of the Ukrainian chauvinist Svoboda party called on the Ukrainian Security Service (SZBU) to screen MEP Andrea Bocskor - who won a seat in the European parliament from Fidesz electoral list - because the MEP is suspected of spying.

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Visualization of the new Puskás stadium

The new Puskás stadium when completed will accommodate 68 thousand spectators and serve more than 20 Olympic sports; also it can host concerts and other cultural events.

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Ethnic Hungarian member of the Ukrainian parliament István Gajdos proposes amendment to the mobilization act

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

The only ethnic Hungarian member of the Ukrainian parliament sent a letter to Ukrainian President Petro Porosenko asking the president to amend the mobilization act reported MTI on Wednesday.

Gajdos pointed out that among residents of Transcarpathia, which include ethnic Hungarians mobilization caused serious concerns indicated by protests took place in a number of settlements in the last few days. "Residents who worry about their sons, husbands, and fathers contacted me, and I felt obliged to inform the Head of State about those concerns and propose solutions" said Gajdos.

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President of the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry warns of serious consequences of sanctions against Russia

The President of the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry László Parragh warns that sanctions can cause significant harm to the European economy and the consequences can determine the development of Europe for years to come.

Parragh said in M1 evening news that it was no coincidence that the majority of businesses opposed to sanctions.

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Nato is planning a major provocation in Ukraine

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

A Dutch-Ukrainian agreement has been reached today regarding the deployment of armed international investigators at the Malaysian airliner disaster site in Eastern Ukraine.

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Russia is about to ban imports of certain vegetables and other products from Poland and Ukraine

Russia plans to ban the import of all kinds of cabbages from Poland and sunflower, corn meal and soybean from Ukraine.

According to the Russian veterinary and phytosanitary control agency, cabbages imported from Poland contain animal pest, and western flower thrips.

Russian officials announced on Tuesday that due to multiple violations of Russian regulations import ban planned to be introduced on eating sunflowers, soya beans and ground grain from Ukraine.

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Muslims in Moscow

Tens of thousands of Muslims celebrating Uraza-Bajram, the end of Ramadan in the Russian capital.

Russian President Vladimir Putin greeted the country's Muslim citizens for the occasion. The Russian president stressed that Russia's Muslim communities are actively involved in the country's religious and cultural life.

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New survey by Századvég: Fidesz continues to lead, Jobbik is the second most popular party in the country

Two months after the spring national election the Fidesz-Christian Democratic party continues to lead both among the total population and decided voters according to a new poll by Századvég.

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Transcarpathian women rally against partial mobilization in Ukraine

Monday, July 28, 2014

After the announcement of partial mobilization a growing number of mothers and wives raising their voices against mass conscription in Ukraine.

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European Water Polo Championship's top scorer and best player are Rita Keszthelyi and Dénes Varga

Rita Keszthelyi and Dénes Varga

Both Hungary men's national water polo team and the women's national water polo team finished in top three in the European Water Polo Championships held in Budapest last week. The men's team won silver medal and the women's team bronze medal.

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Mass desertion in the Ukrainian army

Ukrainian soldiers desert military en masse and applying for asylum in Russia. The Ukrainian high command replace the deserters with untrained recruits, which basically means that the replacements are sent to a slaughterhouse. Due to huge losses in battlefield operations, Ukrainian youth in several municipalities started burning their draft-cards.

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Does Russia (And Humanity) Have A Future?

Sunday, July 27, 2014

Europe is complicit in its own demise

Paul Craig Roberts

The Russian government has finally realized that it has no Western “partners,” and is complaining bitterly about the propagandistic lies and disinformation issued without any evidence whatsoever against the Russian government by Washington, its European vassals, and presstitute media.

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Some of the highlights of PM Viktor Orbán's speech at Bálványos University Student Camp

The new Hungarian state organization will be based on work and won't be liberal in nature.

The 2008 Western financial crisis has triggered fundamental changes in the global sphere, which are similar to the transition period took place after the first and second world wars, and the 1990s; but this event wasn't evident to the people, they didn't realize the extent of changes, the fact that the next day they woke up in a radically different world.

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Mama! Do not let me go...

Friday, July 25, 2014

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Puzzling piece of wreckage of the Malaysian airliner has been found by Australian diplomats in the Donetsk region

According to Australian media reports, in the forests of the Donetsk region a week after the crash of the Malaysian airliner another huge chunk of the Boeing has been found with a few dead bodies next to it.

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Putin's daughter left the Netherlands

Marija Putina is on the left

Russian president's daughter Marija Putina appears to have left the Netherlands, where she lived with her boyfriend. The mayor of Hilversum Pieter Broertjes has previously stated that she had no place in the country after the shooting down of the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17.

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Approximately, one thousand people rallied at the Israeli embassy in Budapest to protest against the Israeli invasion of Gaza

Approximately, one thousand people gathered in front of the Israeli embassy in Budapest on Thursday evening to protest against the Israeli aggression in Gaza. A few dozen Jewish counter-demonstrators also showed up wearing Kipas and Jewish costumes, but police didn't let them close to the demonstrators.

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Ukrainian Front Report - Thursday


1, The Ukrainian regular army 79th airborne assault brigade (79 Nikolajev) has been destroyed by Russian rebels near Izvarino; from the 12OO Ukrainian soldiers only 123 survived the assault. Dead soldiers, burning tanks, exploded artillery cannons, burned out combat vehicles can be seen everywhere. In addition, Russian guerrillas also encircled the 24th and the 72th Ukrainian Infantry Brigade.

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Two members of Pussy Riot awarded with Hannah Arendt Prize

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Two members of Russian Pussy Riot punk band have been awarded with the Hannah Arendt Prize announced the Heinrich Böll Foundation in Bremen, Germany on Thursday.

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Four-year-old escaped from nursery in the city of Pécs and walked home

A 4-year-old child escaped from a nursery in the city of Pécs and walked home. On his way home the child asked several passers-by, which way to go, finally one of them escorted him home.

Pécs police confirmed the incident to MTI on Thursday saying that a criminal investigation was launched in the case under the provision of suspicion of endangering minor.

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Tactical combat training for Hungarian youth

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

The "Farkasok Egysége" (Wolves Alliance) training camp sponsored by the Sixty-four County Youth Movement (HVIM) and Betyársereg is a brand new project. The goal of the initiative is to expand the community, revive the Hungarian nation's healthy instinct for self-defense and instruct next generation warriors but not only in physical sense, but spiritually as well.

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Picture of the day: Edina Kulcsár wins this year's Miss Hungary Beauty Contest

23-year-old Edina Kulcsár won this year's Miss Hungary Beauty Pageant held in Budapest on Sunday.


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Jobbik organizes peace rally against Israel's aggression in Palestine

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Jobbik organizes a peace rally against the Zionist aggression in Palestine on July 24, 7 pm at the Israeli embassy in Budapest where Jobbik President Gábor Vona address to the people. The rally continues at the Palestinian embassy where Palestinian Ambassador Marie Antoinette Sedin will join the protest.

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Privacy Badger beta released. Install it on Firefox and Chrome

The Electronic Frontier Foundation has announced the release of Privacy Badger beta. This comes roughly three months after the alpha version was released.

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U.S. expert: Ukrainian soldiers shot down the airliner over Donetsk

U.S. satellite images show that Ukrainian soldiers shot down the Malaysian airliner. The news has been announced by known American investigative journalist Robert Parry (read his article here).

According to the awarded winning journalist, American intelligence agencies have satellite images proving that Ukrainian soldiers brought down the Malaysian airliner.


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MH17 Show & Tell: It’s the West’s Turn – Russian Satellites and Radars Contradict West’s Baseless Claims

Monday, July 21, 2014

By Tony Cartalucci

Russia has now shown its satellite pictures and radar information from the Donetsk, Ukraine region during the July 17, 2014 Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crash.

The Wall Street Journal reported in its article, “Russia Presents Its Account of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 Crash,” that:

Russia’s Defense Ministry on Monday presented its first detailed account of the final moments of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, saying Russian radar had spotted a second aircraft in the vicinity shortly before the crash and that satellite imagery showed Ukraine had moved missile systems into the area before the incident.

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Hungary dominated the 2014 Kassai Horseback Archery World Cup

Lajos Kassai / MTI Photo by George Varga

One of the most significant competitions in the history of modern horseback archery took place in Hungary in the Kassai Valley on July 4-5, 2014. Lajos Kassai laid down the foundations of modern horseback archery at the end of the '80s and organized the first competition in 1994.

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The inauguration ceremony of the German Occupation Monument has been canceled

Responding to a question Minister of Prime Minister's Office János Lázár confirmed that taking into account the social debates of the last few weeks and the grief of the complainers based on misunderstanding the government has decided to cancel the inauguration ceremony of the Freedom Square monument in Budapest.

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Government puts final touches on the German Occupation Monument under the cover of the night, extremist Atlanticists desecrated it

Sunday, July 20, 2014

The intimidated government put final touches on the German Occupation Monument under the cover of the night. The memorial was conceived to commemorate all victims of the war. However, there are groups that believe they are the only ones deserve memorial for being victims of war.

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Hunocha international horseback archery competition was held in Verőce

Saturday, July 19, 2014

Hunocha international horseback archery competition was held in Verőce, Losi Valley on July 8 to 12 as part of Hungarians for Europe, Europe for Hungary event.

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Public seance in Kiev in support of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko

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The first time this year Hungary took part in Turkey organized combat search and rescue drill called ISIK ("Light")

Friday, July 18, 2014

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PM Viktor Orbán's cell phone was stolen at his daughter's wedding received confidential information from police sources confirming that the the prime minister's cell phone was stolen at her daughter's wedding last September. The prime minister's press chief Bertalan Havasi did not comment on the incident, other government sources, however, confirmed that the information was indeed true.

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Spanish dispatcher: Kiev authorities announced the crash of the Malaysian airliner too soon

© Photo: REUTERS / Maxim Zmeyev

A few minutes before the Malaysian Boeing plane crashed in Ukraine, Ukrainian military jets were noticed close to the Malaysian airliner writes a Spanish dispatcher, who closely monitored the flight route of the Malaysian plane, on Twitter.

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The first Székely sealing postage stamp has been introduced to the public

The Székelyudvarhely Foundation sponsored sealing postage stamp depicting Virgin Mary of Csíksomlyó and the Székely coat of arms has been designed by graphic artist Barnabás Baticz.

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Ukrainian Army Buk Missile Likely Downed Malaysian Plane - Source

Thursday, July 17, 2014

MOSCOW, July 17 (RIA Novosti) - A Ukrainian army battalion of Buk air defense systems was deployed near the city of Donetsk a day before the crash of a Malaysian passenger plane on Thursday, making the downing of the aircraft by one of the missiles highly probable, an expert source said.

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Putin-Orbán-Lavrov meeting during the World Cup final

"Napi Gazdaság" has learned that Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and Russian president Vladimir Putin not only sat close to each other in the World Cup Final in Rio de Janeiro, but in the break they met in the VIP room of FIFA, where Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov was also present.

According to information obtained by "Napi Gazdaság", the three politicians talked much longer than usual in such occasion.

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Ukrainian soldiers fleeing the besieged city of Lugansk by the thousands crossing the border into Russia

In Lugansk outer districts Ukrainian army corps of approximately five thousand looking for a way to escape from the encirclement. Of the five thousand troops only about two thousand soldiers are combat ready reported Lugansk People's Republic official website Novorussia.

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Protest against Israel's attack on Gaza in Budapest

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Several hundred people protested against Israel's attack on Gaza at Heroes square in Budapest Wednesday afternoon. The protest organized by the Association of Palestinians living in Hungary.

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Igor Strelkov: we are going to liberate any territory that the west invades

At the general meeting of OSCE, there was a heated debate whether certain countries can carve out parts of UKraine if the country falls apart.

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Jean-Claude Juncker and his shadowy backers want to change the ethnic makeup of Europe

In a written statement Jobbik MEP Zoltán Balczó pointed out that the newly elected President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker will continue advancing the project of the United States of Europe.

His speeches clearly show that one of his main objectives as president of the European Commission will be to dismantle the European nation states. In his earlier statements he said things like "Let's stop gazing our national navels" and "Nationalism ends in war."

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Asteroid with a pyramid-shape structure flying towards Earth

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

© Screenshot: YouTube

Canadian satellite NEOSSat photographed a mysterious object on the surface of 101955 (1999 RQ36) asteroid. The picture shows an object with four sides and a flat top, which looks like a pyramid.

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The creator of Rubik's Cube is seventy years old

The creator of the world-acclaimed Rubik's Cube, architect and designer Ernő Rubik celebrated his 70th birthday on July 13.

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Russia Considering ‘Surgical Strike’ on Ukraine - Report

Monday, July 14, 2014

MOSCOW, July 14 (RIA Novosti) – Moscow is considering “surgical retaliatory strikes” on the Ukrainian territory after the standoff has led to first civilian victims among Russians on Russia’s territory, a Kremlin source told Kommersant Monday.

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Jobbik rejects the creation of a free trade zone between the European Union and the United States

Jobbik firmly rejects the creation of a free trade zone between the European Union and the United States, which would increase Hungary's vulnerability and "colonial status."

Jobbik parliamentary Deputy-Leader Márton Gyöngyösi called on the Hungarian government to put national interests first and represent the economic interests of the country instead of promoting western economic interests.

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Interior Minister Sándor Pintér: Fear of gypsy criminals caused by old-age related disorder

At a press-conference in Budapest, Interior Minister Sándor Pintér and National Police Chief Károly Papp announced that the 24-hour police presence in the street program will continue until December 31 and the government provides HUF 2,287 billion in extra money for the project. This is the continuation of a pilot project introduced last year in five counties (Heves, Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén, Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok, Szabolc-Szatmár, Hajdú-Bihar) but now, the program has been extended nationwide.

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The European Canoeing Championship in Brandenburg, Germany has come to an end on Sunday as Hungary topped the medal table with 8 gold and 5 silver medals

Sunday, July 13, 2014

Danuta Kozák won three gold medals alone (K-4 1000m, K-1 500m, K-1 200m).

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Has Aleksandr Dugin been fired from Lomonosov University?

According to Dugin, yes, according to the university no.

The Lomonosov Moscow State University fired Aleksandr Dugin from his position as the Head of the Department of Sociology of International Relations reported by Dugin himself on one of the social networking sites.

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Hungarian kayakers won three gold and three silver medals in Saturday's finals at European Canoeing Championship in Brandenburg, Germany

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Tamara Csipes

Tamara Csipes in women's K1-1000m, Henrik Vasbányai and Róbert Mike in men's C2-1000m and Ninetta Vad, Anna Kárász, Gabriella Szabó and Danuta Kozák in women's K4-500m won gold medals. Canoeist Attila Vajda, in men's C1-1000m, Erika Medveczky and Aliz Sarudi in women's K2-1000m won silver medals.

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Here comes Russia's new generation streetcar

The all Russian made new generation streetcar has been introduced to the public this year's Innoprom international industrial exhibition in Ekaterinburg, Russia. The prototype of "Russia 1" model has been inspected by Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev as well. The stylish streetcar capable of carrying up to 270 passengers. The new model goes into production in 2015 in the Uralvagonzavod plant.

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'At least 30' Ukrainian military killed as militia shell convoy with Grad rockets

Friday, July 11, 2014

Dozens of Ukraine’s government troops have been reportedly killed after local militia shelled pro-Kiev military forces with Grad rocket launchers. President Poroshenko has vowed “killing hundreds” for each deceased soldier.

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Picture of the day: MI-28N Night Hunter

Ми-28Н «Ночной охотник» – основной ударный вертолет российских ВВС

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Details of an interview given by Slavjansk people's militia leader Igor Strelkov to a local TV station

Thursday, July 10, 2014

After a month in the midst of an active siege and three months of fighting we have come to the conclusion that the Ukrainian army's tactic is not to destroy the militia, but to destroy the infrastructure including the total destruction of industrial facilities in the region. This seems very strange, but it is now widely known that the people's militia is not the main target of the army, but the industrial plants and factories.

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