Picture of the day: Globalists staged a flashmob at the Russian Embassy in Budapest in support of Ukrainian statehood

Sunday, August 31, 2014

A dozen members of former PM Gordon Bajnai's fringe party held a flashmob at the Russian Embassy in Budapest in support of Ukrainian statehood. The globalist agents admittedly financed by American sources, lay down on the ground to protest against the “colonization” of Ukraine by Russia.

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Putin: Sanctions are "blessing in disguise"

Russian President Vladimir Putin among other things, talked about western sanctions at the last day of the Seliger Youth Forum.

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PM Viktor Orbán has criticized sanctions imposed on Russia

Saturday, August 30, 2014

Those who claim that the European Union's sanction policy towards Russia is successful and it will solve the Ukrainian crises are fooling themselves said PM Viktor Orbán after arriving at the European Union summit in Brussels.

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Hungary opposes new sanctions against Russia

Parliamentary State Secretary Péter Szijjártó held a press conference in Budapest Friday afternoon where he was asked about the situation in Ukraine.

Szijjártó remarked that Russia Hungary's third largest trading partner and the Russian-Ukrainian conflict can have profoundly negative consequences for Hungary. Sanctions can in particular negatively affect Hungarian agriculture and food exports to Russia.

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Jobbik MEP Béla Kovács blacklisted in Ukraine

I've received neither oral nor written notification from Ukrainian officials of the punitive measures against me said Béla Kovács, Member of the European Parliament to MTI on Friday.

APA Austrian news agency reported yesterday that Kiev is ready to introduce punitive measures against the Crimean referendum observers whose majority have already been banned from entering Ukraine including MEP Béla Kovács.

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Kurultaj 2014 – Photos

Friday, August 29, 2014

Kurultaj is a biyearly event, the largest gathering of people with Hun-Turkic ancestry; it is traditionally held in Bugac, Hungary.

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Novorossija news in brief – August 28, 2014

Thursday, August 28, 2014

- Novorossija army now made up by more than 3O,OOO armed man confirmed the rebel army headquarters in a statement released on Thursday.

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Belarus increases food exports to Russia by 15O%

Belarus increases cheese exports to Russia by 40%, and from August to December it delivers 7O,OOO tons of cheese to Russia said Belorussian Minister of Agriculture Leonid Zayats.

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The Hungarian Youth Olympic team has finished eight overall in the medal count at Nanjing youth summer games

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Double-gold-medal-winner swimmer Liliána Szilágyi will carry the national flag at the closing ceremony.

Four years ago, at the first Singapore Youth Olympic Games the Hungarian team won 6 gold, 4 silver and 5 bronze medals. At the Nanjing games that finished today, the Hungarian team managed to exceed the Singapore medal count by winning 6 gold, 6 silver and 11 bronze medals finishing eighth in the medal table.

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EU ignores calls to suspend Jobbik MEP Béla Kovács' legislative immunity

As we have reported earlier, ten days before the European Parliament (EP) elections Prosecutor Péter Polt called on EP President Martin Schulz through diplomatic channels to suspend Jobbik MEP Béla Kovács' parliamentary immunity as the politician has been accused of spying for Russia by the Constitutional Protection Office.

Béla Kovács rejected the accusations and reiterated that he has never been a member of either of the Hungarian or any other foreign secret service, he has never worked for any of them, and he has never been approached by any such agency.

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Donetsk militia drive 7,000 Ukrainian troops into three mousetraps

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

The chief of the information centre of the South-Eastern Front, Konstantin Knyrik, told reporters that the Donetsk militia surrounded a total of seven thousand Ukrainian military men.

"At the moment, we have been able to drive the enemy in three mousetraps - near Ilovaisk, Lutugino and Stepanivka. Altogether, there are at least 7,000 men there from battalions Dnepr, Donbass, Shahtersk, Kherson and others," Knyrik told Interfax.

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Ukrainian guerrilla training initiative was announced on Facebook

© Photo: Voice of Russia

Ukrainian army Donbassz battalion commander Semyon Semjonchenko called on the Facebook community to join the "partisan movement" still under organization.

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Chinese OS expected to debut in October

Monday, August 25, 2014

BEIJING, Aug. 24 (Xinhua) -- After concerns about U.S. surveillance and a monopoly probe of Microsoft, there is some good news for China's homegrown operating system (OS): a desktop version may be ready in October.

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International news channel “Ukraine Today” has been launched

Archive Photo: RIA Novosti

Ukrainian oligarch Igor Kolomojskij has launched a new international news channel called Ukraine Today reported RIA Novosti.

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Hungarian swimmers bid smiling farewell to Berlin by winning one gold, and two bronze medals at the closing day of the EU championship

Hungarian swimmers won three medals at the closing day of the European Swimming Championships in Berlin finishing sixth overall on the medal table. On Sunday, Dávid Verrasztó won gold medal in men's 400 m medley, which was Hungary's eightieth European championship gold medal in the history of the sport. Katinka Hosszú won bronze in women's 200 m butterfly and the men's team also won bronze in 4X100 m freestyle relay.

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Katinka Hosszú celebrated her 1st wedding anniversary by winning three medals in Berlin

Saturday, August 23, 2014

“Virtually, nothing has changed in my life since the marriage, other than Shane sometimes calls me his wife. Other than that, everything is like it was before. I am not a housewife yet, but still swimming: for the time being, this is my mission and also my favorite pastime,” Katinka said.

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Three gold, one silver and one bronze medals are today's harvest at Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China

Friday, August 22, 2014

Swimmer Liliána Szilágyi

The Hungarian Olympic Committee reported earlier today that seventeen year old swimmer Liliána Szilágyi won two gold medals in women's 200 m and 100 m butterfly. In men's 200 m butterfly Tamás Kenderesi also won gold; in the same event Benjámin Grátz won silver medal.

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Two atlanticist flunkies once again fomenting hatred against the Orbán government

In an article in “Project Syndicate” the two seriously bent clowns (Thorsten Benner/Wolfgang H. Reinicke) among other things, advocate more financial support for Hungary's hostile NGOs and the globalist controlled local media; in addition, they call on German chancellor Angela Merkel and the European Union to introduce punitive measures against the Hungarian government.

Fixing Europe’s Orbán Problem

“...following Norway’s example, European countries should increase support for civil-society initiatives that are under pressure from Orbán’s government, and find innovative ways to support independent media. With all of Hungary’s public media outlets singing Orbán’s tune, Radio Free Europe and Deutsche Welle might consider launching Hungarian-broadcasts.”

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Russian humanitarian aid convoy crossed into Eastern Ukraine

This afternoon at one-thirty Central-European time the front of the humanitarian aid convoy has already reached Krasnodon. From there Luhansk is only approximately 40 km.

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Ukrainians start realizing the extent of catastrophe their illegitimate leaders prepared for them

Thursday, August 21, 2014

A remarkable footage showing family members of survivors and victims confronting an officer that they hold responsible for sending their children to certain death to the eastern front. The video was shot in the city of Novohrad-Volynskyi where the barracks of the destroyed mechanized brigade is located.

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It was a great day for Hungarian athletes at the European Swimming Championships in Berlin

Katinka Hosszú and László Cseh

Thursday's results: Three gold, one silver and two bronze medals.

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Latest song by Natália Bálint: “Az már nem én lennék (Elisabeth)”

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Ukrainians will take the streets in September: "Where are our sons?"

"Soldiers' mothers" an Ukrainian non-governmental organization began organizing nationwide protests to force the government to release the actual number of casualties of the civil war; the slogan of the protest is "Where are our loved ones?"

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40% Of Americans Will Develop Diabetes

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

(Dennis Thompson) Approximately two out of every five Americans will develop type 2 diabetes at some point during their adult lives, according to new U.S. government estimates.

The ongoing diabetes and obesity epidemics have combined with ever-increasing human lifespans to raise lifetime risk of type 2 diabetes to about 40 percent for both men and women, said lead study author Edward Gregg, chief of the epidemiology and statistics branch in the division of diabetes translation at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

“We weren’t necessarily surprised that it increased, but we didn’t expect it to increase this much,” Gregg said. “Forty percent is a humbling number.”

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Mogyoród children military camp is getting more popular among Hungarian kids

The Mogyoród military camp for kids is getting more popular each year; this year organizers had to add extra sessions to the regular classes to meet the growing demands. During the one week session kids learn various military disciplines – for instance, they learn how to use guns and how to operate communication devices. They practice combat exercises, night raids and are instructed how to keep their environment clean and organized.

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Former Bolivian Attorney-General: Evidences have been falsified in the Toásó case

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

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Former Bolivian Attorney-General Marcelo Soza's statement last week in Brazil can be used at the International court to investigate an alleged terrorist plot against Bolivian President Evo Morales five years ago.

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Katinka Hosszú wins gold medal in 400m medley at European swimming championship in Berlin

Monday, August 18, 2014

Gold medalist Katinka Hosszú standing on the podium at the awards presentation ceremony in Berlin.

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What a day it was. Hungarian athletes win four gold and two bronze medals at Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing

Swimmer Liliána Szilagyi showing her gold medal while standing on the podium

Swimmer Liliána Szilagyi won gold medal in women's 200-meter butterfly. Swimmer Benjámin Grátz won gold in men's 200m Medley. Judoka Szabina Gercsák also won gold in women's 63 kg. In men's fencing Patrik Esztergályos won gold medal as well.

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Skirmishes between the Ukrainian army and the Ukrainian National Guard getting more frequent

According to the Prime Minister of the Donetsk People's Republic Alexander Zaharchenko Ukrainian army units switch sides more often as the war drags on. "Recently, one of the commanders of the 25th Airborne Brigade took a BMP with him and went over to the rebels' side. These sorts of incidents happen every day, which shows that an increasing number of Ukrainian soldiers dissatisfied with the war. It is conceivable that in the near future more Ukrainian army units from Dimitrovka region will join us," said the prime minister.

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Kiev Forces Losing Thousands of Men - Joaquin

Sunday, August 17, 2014

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American media attacking PM Viktor Orbán and the Hungarian government

Hungary’s ‘illiberalism’ should not go unchallenged

In reality, what Mr. Orban portrays as a new, post-crisis political model is little more than the same authoritarian nationalism practiced by thugs and charlatans throughout the 20th century — including Hungary’s pro-Nazi World War II regime. If there was an original idea in the July 26 speech, it was that Hungary could embrace “illiberalism” while remaining a member in good standing of the European Union.

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Very few Hungarian citizens visiting the Sziget festival

Most of the visitors attending the multicultural Sziget festival have arrived from the Netherlands said Tibor Tóth, the head of the Sziget Festival development project.

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Picture of the day: Csángó Hungarian girl wearing folk costume

Saturday, August 16, 2014

Photo: Márkus Hilda

The photo has been taken in the restored Cistercian church in Székesfehérvár, Hungary


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One of the most successful athletes of all time swimmer Krisztina Egerszegi celebrates her fortieth birthday today

One of the most successful athletes of all time swimmer Krisztina Egerszegi celebrates her fortieth birthday on Saturday. Krisztina Egerszegi is the only Hungarian swimmer who earned five individual Olympic gold medals.

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Turkish-Hungarian Brotherhood square has been inaugurated in Eger

With the inauguration of the Turkish-Hungarian Brotherhood square Pasha Oak-i Humayun's tent and Bea Piros Rostás' statue of sixteenth century Turkish traveler Evliya Celebi were also unveiled in Dobó street of Eger.

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Moscow Slams Kiev's Use of Aircraft, Heavy Weaponry Against Civilians as Unacceptable

Friday, August 15, 2014

MOSCOW, August 15 (RIA Novosti) - Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said in a phone call with US Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel on Friday that Kiev's use of combat aircraft and heavy artillery against civilian population in eastern Ukraine was unacceptable.

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"We shot ourselves in the foot" commented PM Victor Orbán in a radio interview regarding sanctions against Russia

In a radio interview Friday morning, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán among other things remarked that he agreed with Slovak Prime Minister regarding western sanctions against Russia - we have done more harm to ourselves than to the Russian economy said PM Orbán.

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PM Viktor Orbán met the leaders of the Hungarian Cultural Association of Transcarpathia

Maintaining peace is the most important thing for Europe, Hungary and Transcarpathian Hungarians in these difficult times said PM Viktor Orbán after meeting the leaders of the Hungarian Cultural Association of Transcarpathia (KMKSZ) on Thursday in Budapest.

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EU-Russia ‘trade war’ to finish within 3 months – Danish biggest lender

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Photo:Reuters / Fabian Bimmer

Reciprocal trade sanctions by Russia and the EU should not last longer than 3 months, as both economies will feel they can’t afford that, according to experts from Denmark’s largest bank, Danske Bank.

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Minister of Defense of the People's Republic of Donetsk Igor Strelkov resigned

The defense minister submitted his resigned on Thursday reported the People's Republic's website.

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Atlanticists want to pull off another Majdan in Russia

Atlanticists have planted close to fifty thousand agitators in Russia to foment anti-government sentiments among the population during the nationwide poll in September. Anti-Majdan coalition was formed.

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Strategic dialogue has been launched between Chinese and Hungarian armed forces

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

During his 2013 visit in China, Defense Minister Csaba Hende signed an agreement with his Chinese counterpart to start a strategic dialogue between the two country's armed forces. As a result, a delegation led by Chinese People's Liberation Army Deputy Chief of Staff Lieutenant General Wang Guanzhong visited Budapest on August 9, 2014.

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The world's first water-house has been introduced to the public

Architect Mátyás Gutai (left) and Economist Milán Berényi

The world's first water-house has been designed by Hungarian architect Mátyás Gutai who is a students at the University of Tokyo.

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Protest US-EU sanctions against Russia at the Russian Ebassy in Budapest

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

The Hungarian Workers' Party and "Honfoglalás 2000" Association hold a demonstration on Friday, August 15 at the Russian Embassy in Budapest to protest US-EU sanctions against Russia.

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Paranormal activities have been reported from Taganay National Park

In recent weeks, tourist groups keep disappearing one after another in Ural mountain Taganay National Park reported Russian TV3 channel news service.

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Kiev Seeks to ‘Raze Southeast to the Ground,’ Expel Russian Speakers – Lavrov

Monday, August 11, 2014

SOCHI, August 11 (RIA Novosti) – The Kiev government’s military operation in eastern Ukraine seems to be aimed at “razing the southeast to the ground” and forcing the Russian-speaking population to flee, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Monday.

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Rusyn - Hungarian community congress was held in Budapest

The congress was held in Budapest on August 8 where participants decided to form a coordinating council.

The new organization will submit an application to the international community including the UN and the EU, Russia, the USA, and the Hungarian government to help implementing the result of the 1991 referendum.

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The Hungarian national team finished the 2014 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Moscow on top of the medal table

Sunday, August 10, 2014

Medals just keep coming as Hungarian kayakers smash record after record - Sunday's results: 5 gold, 3 silver 4 bronze.

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On the second day of the canoeing world championships in Moscow Hungarian athletes won seven medals – one gold, two silver and four bronze

Saturday, August 9, 2014

Kozák Danuta, Vad Ninetta, Kárász Anna és Szabó Gabriella (from left to right)

On the second day of the canoeing world championships in Moscow the Hungarian women's kayak team (Szabó Gabriella, Kozák Danuta, Kárász Anna, Vad Ninetta) won gold medal in K-4 500m.

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Jobbik and the Sixty-four County Youth Movement rallied at the Ukrainian Embassy in Budapest

Friday, August 8, 2014

Jobbik and the Sixty-four County Youth Movement demonstrated at the Ukrainian Embassy in Budapest Friday afternoon against the Ukrainian government's decision to send Hungarian and Rusyn youth to the eastern front.

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Ancient tradition comes alive - Kurultaj, Europe's largest traditional event kicked off today in Bugac

Kurultaj, traditionally held every second year since 2008. Kurultaj means: Tribal Assembly of the Hungarian, Turkic and Hun nations. This year the event is held on August 8-9-10 in Bugac. Traditionalists that assembled to celebrate the tradition and culture of their common past insist that the international gathering of kindred nations is not a festival, but a living history: the largest gathering of steppe nomads following an ancient tradition.

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Once, Ozora was a valley of death today, it is a place of joy

Thursday, August 7, 2014

According to locals that know the history of the place well, during World War II Ozora was in the front line where most of the fighting took place between retreating German forces and the advancing Red army.

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Russian Orthodox Church welcomes sanctions

Sanctions provide new opportunities to build an indigenous Russian society.

Vsevolod Chaplin, the head of the Department of Russian Orthodox Church responsible for social relations said Western sanctions against Russia "is not a bad thing."

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