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Hundreds of people demonstrate against gypsy crime in Nagykáta

Sunday, November 30, 2014

The Sixty-four County Youth Movement and several other patriot groups demonstrated against gypsy crime in the town of Nagykáta on Saturday as the residents of the town suffer horribly from minority crime tacitly supported by elements hostile to the Hungarian nation.

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Picture of the day: Hungarian President János Áder touring the Mekong river in Vietnam

My Tho, November 30, 2014 - Hungarian President János Áder and his wife Anita Herczegh shown in a boat touring the Mekong river affected by climate change in Tien Giang province, near the town of My Tho. President János Áder is on a 7-day official visit in Vietnam. MTI Photo: Bruzák Noémi

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Russia is not an enemy but a partner

Saturday, November 29, 2014

Russia is not an enemy, but a partner said international participants of a round table discussion on the common European energy policy organized by the European Commission with the support of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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GYŐR’S AMORIM SUFFERS SERIOUS KNEE INJURY


Women’s EHF Champions League holders Győr suffered yet another blow as world class left back Eduarda Amorim suffered a serious injury. According to the first medical examinations the Brazilian world champion suffered an anterior cruciate ligament rupture.

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25 years after Berlin Wall: Ukraine building barrier on Russian border ‘unacceptable’

Friday, November 28, 2014

Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk (R) listens to explanations as he inspects the "Wall" project, which should reinforce the border with Russia, near Hoptivka border checkpoint in Kharkiv region, October 15, 2014. (Reuters/Andrew Kravchenko)

The notorious "Wall" project is in full swing in Ukraine, with border guards burning the midnight oil digging anti-tank ditches and other fortifications along the Russian border.

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Black Friday - the American epidemic spreading to England

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Jordanian-born businessman Osama Naffa could be the next Hungarian ambassador to the United Arab Emirates

The Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade is about to appoint Jordanian-born businessman as the next Hungarian ambassador to the United Arab Emirates learned index.hu.

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Intellectual mobilization: An increasing number of journalists around the world speaking up against the demonization of Russia and the approaching war

Thursday, November 27, 2014



Must see video! German subtitled in Hungarian.

German journalist Ken Jebsen explains to the misled public what are the real reasons behind the US instigated civil war in Ukraine and the demonization of Russia.

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One of the greatest promises of Hungarian swimming, 13-year-old Fanni Gyurinovics competes the first time at an adult World Championships

At age 13, Fanni Gyurinovics will compete the first time in her life at an international tournament as a member of the Hungarian national team. The extremely talented young swimmer will fly to Doha Short Track World Championships to gain international experience for the Rio summer games.

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European officials believe Ukraine should be decentralised and federalised

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

President of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy said that one needed to find a way for Ukraine to become either a decentralised or a federalised country.

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Wolves returned to Zemplén county

It seems that wolves permanently returned to north-east Hungary more precisely to Zemplén county said employees of Zemplén North Forest Office.

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Odds and ends: Russia signed a deal with China for the sale of six C-400 Triumf air defense missile system

Archive photo. © Photo: RIA Novosti / Mikhail Mokrusin

Russia's Rosoboronexport signed a deal for the sale of six C-400 Triumf air defense missile system to the China. The contract value is estimated at $ 3 billion.

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Monument commemorating to the victims of Stalinism has been inaugurated in Szerencs

Monument commemorating to the hundreds of thousands of innocent victims deported to the Soviet Union after world war two has been inaugurated in Szerencs, Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén county on Tuesday.

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The Hungarian Swat team finished among the top teams in Orlando SWAT Round-Up International competition

Tuesday, November 25, 2014



Fifty-one swat teams from all over the world competed in Orlando, USA in the SWAT Round-Up International competition including the Hungarian Counter-terrorist Center (Terrorelhárítási Központ).

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Hungary bans its own national script?

Budapest, 17. November, Monday (OS)

One of the most important part of the Hungarian cultural heritage is the Szekely-Hungarian Rovás script that not only survived the centuries-long persecution but due to its continuous usage, developed together with the Hungarian language, and today enjoys its renaissance. However, the Rovas is left out from the protected national symbols, is not mentioned nor in the Constitution, nor in the Hungarikum law, and can not be even found in the National Educational Concept (NAT).

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Now a brunette! The world's most beautiful chief prosecutor Natalia Poklonskaya changed her hair-style

Monday, November 24, 2014

Natalia Poklonskaya, Procurator General of the Republic of Crimea (RIA Novosti / Yuriy Lashov)

Crimea’s prosecutor Natalia Poklonskaya, whose anime-style images became an internet sensation, has caused a great stir among her fans as she appeared at the State Council meeting with a new haircut and her hair dyed dark.

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Jobbik President Gábor Vona paid a two-day working visit to Moscow

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Last week, I paid a two-day working visit to Russia. Initially, I wanted to make the trip in October, but due to the repeat municipal elections in Recsk and Ózd I had to postpone it.

I reviewed three main areas with my Russian partners. The (1) situation of Hungarians in Transcarpathia, Ukraine; (2) Hungarian-Russian economic relations in the light of sanctions, and (3) energy cooperation regarding the upcoming winter, the South Stream pipeline project and the construction of the Paks power plant writes the Jobbik president on Facebook.

Transcarpathian Hungarians live under constant threat; the current policy of the Ukrainian leadership does not offer any measures that might improve ethnic Hungarians' lives.

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The radical-atlanticist Gyurcsany gang wants to abolish Hungarian statehood

The chairman of the radical-atlanticist Democratic Coalition, Former Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany said at his party conference on Saturday that the primary goal of his party to overthrow the democratically elected government by holding an early general election.

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Vaclav Klaus: The new cold war has been triggered by the West

Today, the world is in the midst of a new cold war that hasn't been started by Russia, but the West said former Czech President Vaclav Klaus in a Russian television interview broadcasted Thursday night. I've never expected that in my lifetime, we end up once again in a second cold war. I've never expected it. I belong to those who believe that this cold war is not provoked by Moscow, but I fear that the other side. As a man who lived under communism for fifty years, I dare to say this, said Klaus, whose statement broadcasted by the Czech public television as well.

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Western sanctions are aimed at regime change in Russia – Lavrov

Saturday, November 22, 2014

The ultimate goal of the anti-Russian sanctions imposed by some Western nations is to stir public protests and oust the government, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said.

“Western leaders publicly state that the sanctions must hurt [Russia's] economy and stir up public protests. The West doesn’t want to change Russia’s policies. They want a regime change. Practically nobody denies that,” he told a leading think-tank in Moscow.

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PM Viktor Orbán: The EU project is stalled

"The project we call the European Union is stalled" said PM Viktor Orbán in Baden-Baden, Germany in front of 150 German company owners at an event organized by the Family Business Foundation (Stiftung Familienunternehmen).

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Twenty-five-year-old software engineer is crowned winner of Muslim beauty pageant

Twenty-five-year-old Tunisian software engineer Fatma Ben Guefrache has been crowned as Miss Muslim World 2014 at the beauty contest held in Prambanan, Indonesia. After the victory, the highly intelligent winner of the beauty pageant said: "May almighty Allah help me in this mission, and free Palestine, please, please, free Palestine and the Syrian people".

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Reformed Church Minister Lóránt Hegedűs declared persona non grata in Ukraine

Reformed Church Minister Lóránt Hegedűs wanted to travel to Szolyvár, Transcarpathia to attend a commemoration service at the 70th anniversary of the deportation of Hungarian nationals to forced labor camps after world war two; but he was stopped at the Ukrainian border where border guards told him he wasn't allowed to enter Ukraine.

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WASHINGTON A MAGYAR KORMÁNY MEGBUKTATÁSÁN DOLGOZIK

Friday, November 21, 2014

Washington Budapesten bontja a kordonokat. Itt még kicsi a tömeg, rossz célcsoport

Szisztematikusan keresik a gyenge pontokat, de a jobboldal és baloldal, mindenki ellenáll. Meddig kell még kitartani, meddig ne vonuljunk utcára? Rövid áttekintés a látszólag különálló tüntetések folytonosságáról.

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Viktor Orbán: The Hungarian government is pro-Hungarian

The protection of national interests and the preservation of the country's sovereignty are the main driving forces behind the Hungarian government's policies said Prime Minister Viktor Orbán on Wednesday in the Diaspora Council meeting in Budapest, in the Castle Garden Bazaar.

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In the long run, the security of Europe can't be maintained without the active participation of Russia

Thursday, November 20, 2014

In the long run, the security of Europe can't be sustained without the active participation of Russia therefore, the need for dialogue with Moscow is paramount said German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday in the southern Polish city of Krzyzowa.

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Péter Szijjártó discusses economic cooperation between Serbia and Hungary

Cooperation between Hungary and Serbia has significantly improved recently, which is clearly demonstrated by the record level of trade between the two countries, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó and Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic agreed on Thursday in Belgrade.

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South Chinese officials invite Hungarian technology companies to set up shops in China

The southern Chinese city of Foshan in the province of Canton is waiting with open arms for Hungarian companies working in the technology industry said the Chairman of the National Innovation Agency to MTI on Tuesday.

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Ádám Mirkóczki pays tribute to the Polish Independence Day in Hungarian Parliament



Jobbik MP Ádám Mirkóczki, who took part in the Polish Independence Day Parade the second time this year, in his parliamentary address defended the Independence Day Parade against scandalous mainstream media reports that called the marchers right wing extremists.

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Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó meets Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in Moscow

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

At a joint briefing in Moscow Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Hungary has confirmed its intention to construct the section of the South Stream pipeline passing through its territory.

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Picture of the day: Multiple World Champion and multiple World Cup Winner Katinka Hosszú showing her new book called “Iron Lady”

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Katinka Hosszú showing her new book she wrote on her swimming career; the book will go on sale in five days.

(Facebook – hungarianambiance.com)

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Putin:'US wants to subdue Russia, but no one did or ever will'


The US has no plans to humiliate Russia, but instead wants to subdue it, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said, adding that no one had ever succeeded in doing so – and never will.

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A Rovás Alapítvány közleménye

Budapest, 2014. november 17., hétfő (OS) - Magyarország betiltja saját nemzeti írását? A Közigazgatási és Elektronikus Közszolgáltatások Központi Hivatala a székely-magyar rovás hivatalos használatának betiltására törekszik.

Kulturális örökségünk fontos eleme a székely-magyar rovás, mely az évszázados üldöztetést túlélte és a folyamatos használat révén együtt fejlődött nyelvünkkel, ma pedig ismét reneszánszát éli. Ennek ellenére rovás nincs védelem alatt nemzeti jelképeink közt, nem kapott helyet az Alaptörvényben és a hungarikumok sorában, illetve nem része a Nemzeti Alaptantervnek.

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Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and MP Viktor Orbán spoke by phone

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko recommended the creation of a Hungarian-Ukrainian-Slovak working group to strengthen Europe's energy security and promote the use of new technologies in gas deliveries in a telephone conversation with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán on Monday.

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Atlanticist fringe party supporters demonstrated at the parliament building Monday evening

Monday, November 17, 2014

Atlanticist fringe party supporters staged a protest rally at the parliament building Monday evening under EU, US, and Norwegian flags to express their opposition over the Orbán government's nationalist policies and pledge allegiance to the colonizers of the country.

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Vladimir Putin: We had a constructive meeting

At a press-conference in Australia, Russian President Vladimir Putin summed up the result of the G20 Summit meeting by saying that Australia has created a favorable atmosphere for constructive work.

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Hundreds of nationalists remembered the 95th anniversary of the liberation of Budapest by Admiral Miklós Horthy on Sunday (Photo Report)

The commemoration march started at Kosztolányi square where the vice-President of Jobbik party Előd Novák called for the erection of an equestrian statue of Admiral Miklós Horthy at St. Gellert Square on the 100th anniversary of liberation of Budapest.

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Hungarian state in the Caucasus

Sunday, November 16, 2014

Ancient records and medieval Hungarian chronicles knew about the Meotis swamps, the former homeland of Scythians, Huns and Magyars. On the other hand, we know much less about the fact that even during the High Middle Ages, there was a place in that Caucasus that was called Hungary.

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Was the world's oldest secret code found in Urals?

By Anna Liesowska

Scientists close to precise dating of the Shigir Idol, twice as ancient as the Egyptian Pyramids.

The oldest wooden statue in the world. Picture: Ekaterina Osintseva, The Siberian Times

The Idol is the oldest wooden statue in the world, estimated as having been constructed approximately 9,500 years ago, and preserved as if in a time capsule in a peat bog on the western fringe of Siberian. Expert Svetlana Savchenko, chief keeper of Shigir Idol, believes that the structure's faces carry encoded information from ancient man in the Mesolithic era of the Stone Age concerning their understanding of 'the creation of the world'.

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PM Viktor Orbán's remarks on the USA-Hungarian tension in a radio magazine

Saturday, November 15, 2014

I'm not sure that I accept the resignation of Ildikó Vida (the head of the tax department who was accused of corruption by the US Embassy and one of the individuals who the USA sanctioned with a travel ban) because that would raise the question of Hungary's sovereignty said PM Viktor Orbán to “180 minutes” radio magazine.

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Hungary's brand image film receives awards in Shanghai China



Hungary's brand image film "Think Hungary - More Than Expected" has won the best tourism image film award in Shanghai.

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Record-breaking Hungarian-Turkish trade

Friday, November 14, 2014

Hungary and Turkey agreed to further intensify this year’s growing bilateral trade relations that broke records last year - Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó stated via telephone from Ankara.

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So far 680 thousand people have applied for Hungarian citizenship

So far, a total of 680 citizenship applications have been received by the various government agencies and nearly 630 thousand new Hungarian citizens have already taken the citizenship oath said Tamás Wetzel, Assistant Secretary to the Prime Minister in charge of national policy to MTI on Friday. The assistant secretary also announced that more than 22 thousand citizenship applications have been rejected.

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Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó pays a working visit to Moscow next Wednesday

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Moscow, Thursday, November 13, 2014 (MTI) - Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó pays a working visit to Moscow next Wednesday to meet his Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov announced the Russian Foreign Ministry today.

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Former adviser of Czech President Vaclav Klaus cautioned the Hungarian government

Petr Hájek, a former adviser of the Czech President cautioned the Hungarian government by suggesting that if the Orbán government continues its independent policies and keeps "disobeying" Washington and Brussels it must prepare for the worst.

The former adviser explained that the west used a fabricated corruption scandal to removed Czech Prime Minister Petr Necas from power the last year.

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First #CometLanding in history as Rosetta's Philae touches down

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

The fantastic decade-long mission of the ESA’s Rosetta robotic space probe, chasing Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, reached its final goal on Wednesday, as the Philae robotic lander detached from its mothership and landed on the target.

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The New York Times didn't publish an interview with Imre Kertész because he refused to smear the country

In an interview with szombat.org, Nobel Prize winning novelist Imre Kertész related a story that took place in 2013. A New York Times journalist conducted an interview with him, but because the journalist didn't like his answers the interview has never been published.

According to Kertész, the The New York Times journalist tried to manipulate him into admitting that there was a dictatorship in Hungary.

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Udo Ulfkotte: Intelligence Agencies and politics behind manipulated western news reports on Hungary

In an interview with HirTV, German journalist Udo Ulfkotte confirmed what every sane person already knew: Intelligence agencies and politics are behind the manipulated western news reports on Hungary.

A few months ago, German journalist Udo Ulfkotte revealed what forces manipulated the corrupt corporate media in a book called “Gekaufte Journalisten”.

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The ancient capital of the Huns, Tongwancheng becomes a national heritage site

Tuesday, November 11, 2014



The Chinese government will designate the ancient capital of the Huns, Tongwancheng a national heritage site reported the Chinese media.

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Azeri gas key to European energy security

It is in the strategic interest of Europe that gas from Azerbaijan reaches its Central and Eastern region, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Tuesday following talks with Ilham Aliyev, President of the Republic of Azerbaijan.

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Three receive 2014 Chinese-Hungarian Friendship awards

Bin Yunsong (L), CEO of the Hungarian branch of Chinese electronics giant Huawei, Zsuzsanna Erdelyi (C), principal of the Hungarian-Chinese Dual Language School, and Chan Wu Federation's chief Wang Deqing, pose for photos during an award ceremony in Budapest, Hungary on Nov. 10, 2014. The Great Wall Chinese-Hungarian Friendship Awards went to three recipients at a special ceremony in Hungary's Parliament on Monday. (Xinhua/Attila Volgyi)

BUDAPEST, Nov. 10 (Xinhua) -- The Great Wall Chinese-Hungarian Friendship Awards went to three recipients at a special ceremony in Parliament here on Monday.

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Lavrov: Russian-US relations have reached a dead end even before the start of the Ukrainian crisis

Monday, November 10, 2014

Bilateral talks in Beijing between Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and US State Secretary John Kerry took place in a time when relations between the two countries are deteriorating and have already reached an unprecedented low.

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KITERVELT VESZEDELMES CSAPDA! Légy óvatos, oh magyar! MOST és MAJDAN !

Sunday, November 9, 2014

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Partial vote count for the mayoral elections in Ózd indicates landslide Jobbik victory

The mood at Jobbik headquarters is ecstatic. Partial vote count for the mayoral election indicates that Dávid Janiczek won by a landslide. Nothing is sure yet, but the partial results are encouraging and there is reason to be exited.

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İstanbul Book Fair kicks off

One of the biggest and longest-running book fairs of Turkey has opened its doors to bibliophiles of all ages and tastes in İstanbul.

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Major mayoral election battle shaping up between Hungarians and gypsies in the city of Ózd

The court ordered new elections in several Hungarian municipalities including Ózd where Jobbik candidate David Janiczak won the mayoral race. The election results have been challenged by the opposition that couldn't gracefully accept defeat.

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