The Syrian army ambushed and killed close to two hundred terrorists

Friday, February 28, 2014



The Syrian army intercepted communications between terrorists and arms suppliers and set up a trap for the mercenaries (the fact that the Syrian army can intercept the most modern western encrypted radio massages used by the terrorists indicates that they use modern Russian technology).

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There is no solution but revolution



Mouksa, the former singer/songwriter/guitarist of the Psychedelic Cowboys (http://www.psychedeliccowboys.hu/) teamed up with lyricist Matyas Benyik (back in August of 2013) to write this song about the wide spread feelings of disappointment with the results of the system change (from socialism to capitalism) in Hungary since 1990. Rendszerváltás (A nagy csalódás) or „Disappointment with the System Change" is meant to go beyond partisan politics and instead to the very conditions and realities of exploding inequality, poverty and homelessness in Hungary during the last 25 years. This song and video were made with Mouksa's new band The Mouksa Underground in February 2014.

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Russia warship docks in Havana harbor

HAVANA (AP) — A Russian warship was docked in the Havana harbor on Thursday, a day after the country's defense minister announced plans to expand Russia's worldwide military presence.

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‘Shut the f**k up, b*tch!’ Notorious far-right Ukraine leader attacks prosecutor (VIDEO)

Thursday, February 27, 2014



Ukrainian radical nationalist leader Aleksandr Muzychko went on with the rampage against regional authorities, lashing out at a local prosecutor with obscene language, punches and threats. The radical claimed the prosecutors were “sabotaging” their job.

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The foreign ministers of the Visegrad countries visit Ukraine on Thursday

Foreign ministers of the Visegrad countries (V4) travel to Kiev and Donetsk on Thursday informed the media by the head of the foreign ministry's press department Gábor Kaleta.

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Autonomous drones flock like birds

Copters can arrange in formation and coordinate flight patterns without central control.

A Hungarian team has created the first drones that can fly as a coordinated flock. The researchers watched as the ten autonomous robots took to the air in a field outside Budapest, zipping through the open sky, flying in formation or even following a leader, all without any central control.

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Sergey Shoygu: Russia negotiating with a number of countries to establish new military bases

Russia finally responding to relentless NATO efforts to encircle it with military bases.

Defense Minister Sergey Shoygu announced on Wednesday that Russia is close to agreement with a number of states to establish new military bases in countries around the world.

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Members of the Ukrainian security force in Lviv apologize on knees for clashes in Kiev

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

In the city of Lviv, one hundred members of the Ukrainian security force, Berkut have been forced to apologize on knees for clashes in Kiev in front of a local crowd.

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Recent poll by Tarki: The big winners of the month are the Fidesz and the Jobbik parties

Two months before the general election, the Fidesz party continues to lead the polls by a big margin reporting the latest survey by Tárki. Within the total population Fidesz support has grown from 29 per cent in January to 38 percent in February. Among decided voters Fidesz garnered 51 percent support in February.

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A Syrian army unit ambushed and eliminated 175 western backed terrorists in Eastern Ghouta region near Damascus


Syrian military sources reported that an army unit eliminated scores of terrorists belonging to 'Jabhat al Nusra' and the so-called "Islam battalion" in an ambush in Eastern Ghouta near Damascus.

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Picture of the day: The postman always rings twice

Mail delivery in a gypsy neighborhood in the city of Pécs.

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The Ukrainian political crisis becoming more complicated

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Russian MP Leonid Sluckij remarked that in the near future Crimea may join the Russian Federation.

The MP suggested that Russia will provide Russian citizenship to all ethnic Russians living in the territory of Ukraine. "We won't let our brothers and sisters down who have gotten in a very difficult situation due to the political upheavals in Ukraine".

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Bogár László: Mesterséges forradalmak

Ahogyan az várható is volt, az elmúlt évtizedek „csinált forradalmainak” forgatókönyve Ukrajnában is kivá­lóan működik. Sokat elárul a jobb sorsra érdemes ország lakóinak mentális állapotáról, hogy velük egyszer már – nem is olyan régen – eljátszottak egy ilyen önpusztító „forradalmat”, azzal a biztatással, hogy aztán majd minden sokkal jobb lesz.

Hát nem lett jobb, sőt! Ukrajna anyagi, fizikai, lelki, erkölcsi, szellemi szabadesésben zuhan a semmibe évtizedek óta, lényegében tökéletesen függetlenül attól, hogy milyen hatalmak bábfigurái ígérik éppen a megváltást e sokat szenvedett nemzetnek. Adalékként elég annyi, hogy Európa legbetegebb társadalma az ukrán, minden évben kétszer annyian halnak meg, mint amennyien születnek. Így csak egy olyan közösség képes cselekedni, amely már eldöntötte: „kivezeti magát” a történelemből.

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Ninefold increase in the number of illegal immigrants coming to this country

Since the establishment of the Hungarian Immigration Agency officials haven't met as many asylum seekers as in the last year said the Director General of Immigration and Citizenship Zsuzsanna Végh in Debrecen on Monday.

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Ukraine: Russia has begun to distribute Russian identity cards in Crimea

Russia has begun to distribute Russian identity cards in the Crimean peninsula reporting the Ukrainian media referring to remarks made by Member of the Russian Parliament Leonid Sluckij who has arrived in Simferopol.

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Dmitry Medvedev: What Americans are doing is insane

Monday, February 24, 2014

There are serious concerns about the legitimacy of the new Ukrainian government that the West has approved in no time said Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.

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Lukashenko: In Belarussia won't be any EUROMAJDAN

Belarussian head of state Alexander Lukashenko warned the West that in his country won't be any Euromajdan. Belarussian police will take decisive action against anyone try to disturb peace and tranquillity in the country .

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The only ethnic Hungarian member of the Ukrainian Parliament István Gajdos called on PM Orbán to protect Hungarians' rights in Ukraine

Sunday, February 23, 2014

Member of the Ukrainian Parliament István Gajdos rejected the abolition of the progressive minority language law passed by the Ukrainian parliament yesterday; the only ethnic Hungarian member of the Ukrainian Parliament called on Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and Foreign Minister János Martonyi to intervene and protect the rights of the Hungarian minority in Ukraine in a statement released by the Hungarian News Agency MTI.

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Russian Ball 2014

About the Russian Ball

The 6th Russian Ball in Budapest – in the spirit of the International Women’s Day On 8th March 2014 in the Ballroom of the InterContinental Budapest Hotel

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Former Reagan Asst. Sec.: Washington neocons behind Ukraine protests

Saturday, February 22, 2014

By Andrew Hiller

Opposition protesters guard a barricade near Independence Square in Kiev on February 21, 2014 Photo credit: © AFP, Piero Quaranta

WASHINGTON (VR)– While many are horrified and transfixed by the flames, death, and horrors occurring in Kiev today, it is important to remember that nothing happens in a vacuum. Events local, national and international impact how social or political movements happen.

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Five hundred year-old Rudas Thermal Bath was picked by Thrillist as the world's 4th hottest spa

The Rudas Thermal Bath was established as early as the 16th century, during the time of the Turkish occupation. Its central part includes an octagonal pool covered by a 10 meter diameter dome. At the end of the 19th century, a therapeutic swimming facility and a sauna was added. The bath also has a daytime outpatient hospital with a complex physiotherapeutic section, as well as a drinking hall, offering drinking cures from three water springs: Hungária, Attila and Juventus.

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Klitschko calls on the west to intervene in Ukraine

Friday, February 21, 2014

Vitali Klitschko called for military intervention in Ukraine.

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World Champion kayaker Tamara Csipes returned to Hungary after a year in Australia

Four-time world champion kayaker Tamara Csipes returned to Hungary after a year in Australia; she will continue training under her father-coach Ferenc Csipes.

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Ukrainian House Speaker Volodymyr Rybak's family flew to Budapest, the minister of taxation fled the country

According to zn.ua, Ukrainian deputy-House Speaker and the minister of taxation have fled Ukraine and the Speaker of the Ukrainian Parliament Volodymyr Rybak sent his family to Budapest.

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Five thousand foreign troops fighting in Kiev ?

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Photo: Louisa Gouliamaki / AFP

This piece of information can't be substantiated yet it's worth considering. According to a representative of the Crimean parliament Vladimir Konstantinov, the Ukrainian unrest follows the Libyan scenario.

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Does The Trail Of Dead Bankers Lead Somewhere?

By Michael Snyder, on February 18th, 2014


What are we to make of this sudden rash of banker suicides? Does this trail of dead bankers lead somewhere? Or could it be just a coincidence that so many bankers have died in such close proximity? I will be perfectly honest and admit that I do not know what is going on. But there are some common themes that seem to link at least some of these deaths together. First of all, most of these men were in good health and in their prime working years. Secondly, most of these "suicides" seem to have come out of nowhere and were a total surprise to their families. Thirdly, three of the dead bankers worked for JP Morgan. Fourthly, several of these individuals were either involved in foreign exchange trading or the trading of derivatives in some way. So when "a foreign exchange trader" jumped to his death from the top of JP Morgan's Hong Kong headquarters this morning, that definitely raised my eyebrows. These dead bankers are starting to pile up, and something definitely stinks about this whole thing.

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Picture of the day: Independence square in Kiev before and after the uprising


The White House urged the Ukrainian president to withdraw security forces and the army from Kiev and respect the rights of citizens to peaceful protest. The notice issued by U.S. presidential spokesperson urging Viktor Yanukovych to start negotiations with the opposition of a peaceful settlement of the crisis.

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Recent videos show escalating confrontation between security forces and demonstrators in Kiev


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Ukraine Protests: Israeli Ex-Officer Leads Militant Group

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

By Ludovica Iaccino

Photo: Reuters
Anti-government protesters attack police officers near a tent encampment in Kiev

A former Israeli army officer is playing a leading role in the anti-government protests in Ukraine, PressTV has reported.

According to reports, the unnamed Israeli is commanding a group of 20 Ukrainian militants while four other Israelis, who had also previously served in the army, are reported to have taken part in opposition rallies in Ukraine's capital, Kiev.

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The government backed down, the inauguration of the German Occupation Monument at "Szabadság" Square has been postponed

Due to unbearable pressure and threats exerted by local and international Jewry on the Hungarian government the cabinet has decided to postpone the unveiling of the German Occupation Monument until after the general election.

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Globalist controlled Pussy Riot's performance in Sochi ended up in disaster – the punks were whipped by Russian nationalists

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Joke of the day: Soviet trained bookkeeper Lajos Bokros and the globalist opposition join forces to combat corruption

Photo: Former Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany welcoming fellow satanist Lajos Bokros

The globalist alliance and Soviet trained bookkeeper Lajos Bokros struck a deal agreeing that Bokros' phantom party will support the globalist coalition in the upcoming general election in April.

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Dr. Bashar Al-Assad: "The peace talks that began in Bebilla city are more important than the GENEVA peace negotiations"

The photo was taken in Bebilla city ​​two days ago; it shows Syrian fighters who finally realized what was going on in their country; they want to join forces with the Syrian army to drive foreign mercenaries out of the country...

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Clashes between riot police and demonstrators in downtown Kiev left more than ten people dead including police officers (Photo Report)

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Photo: Alexander Koerner / Europress / Getty

UPDATE:
Clashes between riot police and demonstrators continued all night. Meanwhile, death toll has risen to 25, which include 10 police officers reporting various sources. A total of 351 people were also injured during clashes.

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Jobbik President Gábor Vona kicks off his re-election campaign in his Gyöngyös constituency

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Picture of the day: Turkish president Abdullah Gül and his wife visit World War I Turkish martyrs memorial

MTI Photo: Attila Kovacs

Turkish president Abdullah Gül who is paying a three-day official visit to Hungary and his wife Hayrünnisa Gül put flowers on the graves of Turkish martyrs of World War I at Budapest new public cemetery.

(MTI – hungarianambiance.com)

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Péter Szijjártó met representatives of China Eximbank and Chinese Ministry of Finance officials in Budapest

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Foreign Economic Relations Péter Szijjártó met Kung Huj-hung, China's Eximbank Central Europe Director and Chinese Ministry of Finance officials in Budapest today.

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The Socialist party runs a deranged gypsy blogger as a candidate in the April general election

Monday, February 17, 2014

Jobbik issued a statement demanding the removal of gypsy blogger, Arthur Balogh from the Socialist party's voter list.

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Hungarian Trade and Cultural Center may open in Iran in the near future

Hungarian Trade and Cultural Center may open in the second half of this year in the Iranian city of Tabriz writes Népszava.

According to the article, the Hungarian Trade and Cultural Center will be the first such institute in the region; in addition to expanding bilateral trade between the two countries, the Trade and Cultural Center may also play an important role in improving trade relations between the European Union and Iran.

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Obama does not like the Ugandan anti-gay bill

Obama warned the Ugandan president if he signs the anti-gay bill that proposes life imprisonment for anyone engaged in homosexual activity American-Ugandan relations will suffer.

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Bálint NatáLia: Ez a hazánk

Sunday, February 16, 2014



NatáLia Bálint's heartbreaking song performed the first time at Jobbik campaign launch event in Miskolc yestereday.

(hungarianambiance.com)

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Head-coach Barnabás Kovács: Edit Miklós will be Olympic champion one day

"Today, I've received the seventh place award certificate from the International Olympic Committee...Now, I set the bar even higher! You have to fight for your goals and I will fight for them! Until the next Olympics, there will be two World Championships and many World Cup series. Four tough seasons ahead of me with lots of successes and disappointments, joys, tears and painful moments... But I will fight for Olympic gold!" --Edit Miklós

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Junior karatekas achieved a best ever performance for Hungary at European Cadet & Junior Karate Championships in Lisbon

Friday, February 14, 2014

Junior karatekas achieved a best ever performance for Hungary at European Cadet and Junior Karate Championships in Lisbon the last weekend by winning 11 medals.

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Hungarian Ambassador to Israel has been summoned to Israeli foreign ministry

Hungarian Ambassador to Israel has been summoned to Israeli foreign ministry on Thursday. Ambassador Andor Nagy said the Israeli side has expressed concerns over growing anti-Semitism in Hungary in the meantime, the steps Hungary has taken since 2010 in the fight against anti-Semitism have been acknowledged by Israeli ministry officials.

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Chinese president meets Hungarian PM

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Chinese President Xi Jinping (R) meets with Hungary Prime Minister Viktor Orban at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, capital of China, Feb. 13, 2014. (Xinhua/Pang Xinglei)

BEIJING, Feb. 13 (Xinhua) -- Chinese President Xi Jinping met with Hungarian Prime Minister Orban Viktor on Thursday and they pledged to boost cooperation between the two countries.

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Tamás Gaudi-Nagy and Balázs Lenhardt removed the EU flag, the hated symbol of colonialism from the national assembly

Tamás Gaudi-Nagy and Balázs Lenhardt removed the EU flags from the national assembly and threw them out of the window. The heart-warming patriotic performance took place during the debate on the collective investment draft law, which also included the acquisition of agricultural land by foreigners, a legislation that the two politicians objected calling it treasonous.

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In a fiery speech, Krisztina Morvai calls on the Hungarian people to resist EU colonization



On May 1st ban on land sale to foreigners expires jeopardizing Hungarian sovereignty.

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The war on the Hungarian nation intensifies – American Jews issued a statement criticizing the Hungarian government

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

As election day approaches the war on the Hungarian nation is getting more intense. American Jewish organization AJC issued a statement urging the Hungarian government to start addressing the demands of the Jewish community in Hungary. The head of the organization writes: the decision of the Hungarian Jewish community to boycott Holocaust related activities is painful, the efforts by the Hungarian government to re-write history traumatize Hungarian Jews.

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Prime Minister Viktor Orbán this morning arrived in Beijing for a three-day official visit

The Hungarian delegation is seeking to strengthen and further deepen bilateral ties with China said PM Viktor Orbán before meeting Chinese Premier Li Keqiang in the Beijing.

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The scale model of the new swimming complex in Budapest

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Golden undulating exterior, unique panorama, solar energy supported competition pools, energy generating pavement - in all respect a unique world class facility will wait the world's best swimmers at the 2017 Junior and 2021 Senior World Championships in Budapest.

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Jobbik vice-President Előd Novák suffered a serious accident

I suffered a silly accident during the memorial march on Sunday resulting a broken ankle. In hospital I received an anesthetic shot before doctors tried to fix my broken ankle. As a result, I stopped breathing and lost consciousness; practically, doctors had to bring me back to life writes Előd Novák on Facebook.

The Jobbik organized commemoration march took place on a tough terrain. At some point during the march the Jobbik vice-president slipped and fell on the ground suffering a fractured ankle.

As being a member of the National Assembly, Novák was eligible to be admitted in the special ward reserved for state leaders and legislators in the Army hospital; however, remaining true to Jobbik's philosophy of "no special treatment for politicians" he told paramedics to take him to a regular hospital where ordinary Hungarians are usually taken in such cases.

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Demons of Brussels want to cut Hungary's acacia forests down

Monday, February 10, 2014

MEP Béla Glattfelder, "ambassador" of the Acacia Coalition said the most important thing to do at this moment was to prevent the European Union from outlawing acacia trees in Europe (they want to destroy Hungary's acacia forests; the monsters of Brussels already inflicted considerable damage to the Hungarian economy a few years ago by ordering the government to demolish eleven sugar factories; now, they want to go after Hungarian acacia forests and honey producers – Hungary is one of the biggest acacia honey suppliers of Europe).

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Jobbik "Breakout" memorial march was held on Sunday

On February 11, 1945 German-Hungarian forces staged a last desperate attempt to break out of the encircled city of Budapest rather than surrender to the advancing Soviet forces. Patriot groups across the country commemorate to the occasion -- which is also called 'The Day of Honor' -- each year at he anniversary of the tragic event that claimed the lives of thousands of people including civilians.

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Washington admits spending billions on Ukraine regime change

Sunday, February 9, 2014

Victoria Nuland, Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs at the US Department of State, traveled to Ukraine three time in the last five weeks. Until recently, one could only wonder what might have caused such unprecedented interest in Russia’s old neighbor from the United States in general and a high-ranking government official in particular. As we have already learned from the Edward Snowden problem, sooner or later all secrets are revealed, and people have to be held accountable for their words and actions, even if it all happened in a comfortable atmosphere, with only a small circle of people sharing the delicate information.

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Conflict brewing between the Hungarian government and Jews over the German Occupation Monument

"Hetek" has learned that "left wing" historians preparing a posthumous genocide lawsuit against late Hungarian Governor Miklós Horthy. These people believe that the late governor wasn't held accountable for war crimes in Nuremberg because of the start of the cold war and Stalin's erratic behavior.

The date of the trial is not yet published, but sources familiar with the case indicated that it might start in the second half of March, the same day, when the government plans to inaugurate the German Occupation Monument at Liberty square.

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Bosnia violence orchestrated by same choreographers as Kiev protests - expert

Saturday, February 8, 2014

Bosnia is bracing for more violence as anti-government sentiment is building in the country. Following Thursday’s protests that left over 130 people injured Bosnia, which has the highest unemployment rate in the Balkans, is expecting more demonstrations on Friday. Police reported about 2,000 people took part in the anti-government demonstrations in Tuzla, whereas the opposition said the number of protesters reached 7,000. Amid the unrest federations’ Prime Minister Nermin Niksic held an emergency meeting with regional security ministers and prosecutors. The Prime Minister condemned the violence in the country and urged people to stop using the situation to create more chaos. Stefan Karganovic, head of Srebrenica Historical Project, shared his insight on the issue with the VoR.

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President János Áder visits team Hungary in Sochi Olympic village

President János Áder and his wife as well as Secretary of State for Sport István Simicskó have visited team Hungary in Sochi Olympic village.

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Picture of the day: Szocsi2014 - Opening Ceremony

Friday, February 7, 2014

MTI Photo: Illyés Tibor

Short track speed skater Bernadett Heidum carries the Hungarian flag at 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics opening ceremony in the Olympic Stadium.

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