Gábor Vona: Nazi sympathizers have no place in the Jobbik party

Sunday, May 31, 2015

Jobbik 12th party congress was held in Budapest Congress Center on Saturday.

Party President Gábor Vona delivered a speech outlining Jobbik strategy to win the next general election.

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Russia imposed travel ban on 89 European citizens, there is no Hungarian on the list

Finnish public radio published the names of 89 European citizens that have been banned from traveling Russia as a response to their anti-Russian activities. The list include 18 Polish, 9 British, 8 Swedish, 8 Estonian, 7 Lithuanian, 7 German, 5 Latvian, 5 Romanian, 4 French, 4 Czech, 4 Danish, 3 Dutch, 2 Belgian, 2 Spanish, one Bulgarian, one Finnish and one Greek citizen. There is no Hungarian politician on the list.

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Primary and secondary school graduation ceremony in Ungvár

Friday, May 29, 2015

Hungarian language primary and secondary school graduation ceremony in Drugeth high school in Ungvár, Transcarpathia. May 29, 2015. MTI Photo: Nemes János

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Nearly 100% of Ukrainian Generals Want to Flee to Russia - Azov Fighter

There are only ten out of nearly 400 generals in the Armed Forces who are willing to wage the war. Other would prefer to move to Russia, a member of the Azov regiment said.

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Scenery of Gongtan ancient town nowadays

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Photo taken on May 27, 2015 shows a street in Gongtan ancient town, southwest China's Chongqing. Located in the intersection of Wujiang River and Apeng River, Gongtan enjoys a history of over 1,700 years. Gongtan ancient town has now been developed into a tourist site after it was relocated a kilometer away from the original site in 2008 due to the construction of a hydropower station. (Xinhua/Chen Cheng)

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Jobbik: The introduction of a compulsory Holocaust course in higher education sets dangerous precedent

From the educational point of view Jobbik feels it is wrong to introduce a compulsory course on the Holocaust in higher education, which could be counter-productive. The national party calls on universities and Hungarian education policy leaders not to give in to violent, liberal international pressure and resist the deprecation of their educational programs.

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Hungary and China signed nuclear cooperation agreement

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Memorandum of Understanding on the area of ​​nuclear education, dissemination of knowledge and research and development was signed by Hungary and China on Tuesday in Budapest said the ministry of national development (MND).

The document was signed by National Development Minister Miklós Seszták and the Head of Department of Energy of the People's Republic of China Nur Bekri.

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The first time in Europe the history of the Holocaust will be obligatory subject in a Catholic University

The history of the Holocaust will be compulsory subject in Pázmány Péter Catholic University starting in September announced the rector of the university Szabolcs Szuromi in Budapest on Tuesday.

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Debrecen's first electric charging station was unveiled today

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Debrecen's first electric charging station was unveiled on May 26. The photo shows an electric vehicle charging at the charging station located in a large garage. Under an agreement between the utility company and the city, owners of electric cars can charge their cars for free for two years. MTI Photo: Czeglédi Zsolt

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Swimmer Katinka Hosszú held a press-conference rejecting baseless accusations of drug use

Swimmer Katinka Hosszú held a press-conference in Budapest today, vigorously rejecting the unsubstantiated allegations and sneaky accusations by Swimming World Magazine suggesting she might be using banned substances to aid her performance.

Katinka read a written statement in Hungarian; its English version can be read below.

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Russia and China ready to join efforts to fight color revolutions, economic sanctions

Monday, May 25, 2015

Russia and China had a common approach to the key problems of regional and international security

© ITAR-TASS/Yuri Smityuk

MOSCOW, May 25 /TASS/. Russia and China are ready to join efforts to counteract color revolutions, attempts to interfere in the internal affairs of sovereign countries and unilateral economic sanctions, the Russian Security Council press service said on Monday after the 11th round of Russian-Chinese consultations on strategic security.

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Russia’s state nuclear power corporation opens branch in Hungary

It's the first step towards implementation of the contract on construction of the fifth and sixth power units of the Paks-2 NPP

© ITAR-TASS/Evgeniy Kurskov

MOSCOW, May 25. /TASS/. Russian civilian nuclear power corporation Rosatom has opened a branch in Hungary to organize work for the construction of the Hungarian Paks-2 NPP, Rosatom said on Monday.

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Thanksgiving Mass will be held for Prime Minister Viktor Orbán

According to Hír24, Thanksgiving Mass will be held for Prime Minister Viktor Orbán on the prime minister's birthday, on May 31, at 11 pm in the Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem, Hermina street chapel.

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This customer completely misjudged the feisty waitress' problem-solving capability

Sunday, May 24, 2015

A customer in a Russian bar thought it was fun to grab the waitress' buttock. Watch what happened next.

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Pentecostal boat ride tradition revived in Szeremle

Local and Kalocsa folk dancers taking a boat ride on a lake near Szeremle by reviving an old Pentecost tradition; the custom was unique in the Carpathian Basin in the 1920s but later went out of fashion. According to tradition, during Pentecost, young men invited girls strolling on the shore of the lake for a boat ride with boats decorated with green branches.

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2015 annual Csíksomlyó pilgrimage (Photo report)

Saturday, May 23, 2015

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Article published by Swimming World Magazine attacks Katinka Hosszú's reputation

Swimming World Magazine article written by Casey Barrett dominates sports headlines in recent days. The author of the article insinuating that swimmer Katinka Hosszú might use banned substances to aid her incredible performances in international competitions, but the author offers no proof to back up his allegations.

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‘Dictator is coming!’ Hungarian PM heckled by European Commission chief

Friday, May 22, 2015

The head of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, seems to have invented a new way to address a European leader, using the word "dictator” to the Hungarian prime minister during arrivals at the Friday EU summit in Riga.

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Elderly woman miraculously survived a viscous attack

The latest horrific gypsy crime was perpetrated on May 18 in Lenti's Mumor district. A gypsy criminal broke into the home of a 85-year-old woman around 1 am. The woman was awakened by the noise, and turned on the light. When the lights came on, she saw the gypsy standing next to her. The burglar decided to kill the woman because he didn't not want a witness of the break-in. He grabbed the old lady's kitchen cleaver and struck the woman several times on the head inflicting life threatening stab wounds. Once he thought the woman was dead he walked away.

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Tropical storm hits Hungary

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Tropical storm hit Hungary Wednesday night causing considerable damage in several settlements.

Thousands are still without electricity in Nógrád county: Patak, Dejtár, Ipolyszög entire area is still without power. The outage affected more than two thousand consumers in the region.

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HVIM activists report from pro-illegal immigration demonstration

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Yesterday, a few hundred liberals (many of them foreigners) gathered in the capital to protest against the government's policy of exclusion and demand social housing for illegal immigrants. The event was visited by Sixty-four Counties Youth Movement (HVIM) activists disguising themselves as supporters. "Our goal was to introduce the kind of people organized the event and supporters of the show to the general public,” write HVIM activists.

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Picture of the day: Polish street artist created a mural painting depicting a Halas lace on a wall of a building in Kiskunhalas

Polish street artist NeSpoon created a four-story mural painting depicting a Halas lace on an apartment building in Kiskunhalas. The artist is famous of her lace paintings decorating cities worldwide. The mural has been painted on a building adjacent to Kiskunhalas "Csipkeház" (Lace House). MTI Photo: Ujvári Sándor

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PM Orbán: Hungary won't sign any document that prohibits raising taboo issues

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Hungary won't sign a single document that prohibits raising taboo issues told Prime Minister Viktor Orbán to reporters on Tuesday in Strasbourg, before addressing the European Parliament referring to the issue of death penalty.

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Hungarian Air Force Gripen fighter jet suffered an accident at Cáslav air base in the Czech Republic

The Czech ministry of defense reported that a Gripen fighter jet of the Hungarian Air Force suffered an accident at Cáslav air base. Both pilots ejected and both are safe. Apparently, after touching down the jet became uncontrollable and ran off the runway.

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Illegal immigrants continue to stream into the country through the unprotected Hungarian - Serbian border

Although the corporate media ignoring the phenomenon of illegal immigration, migrants keep continue steaming into the country through the undefended Serbian-Hungarian border in Ásotthalom area.

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Edina Kotsis wins bronze medal at Taekwondo World Championships in Chelyabinsk

Edina Kotsis won bronze medal in Taekwondo World Chapionships 57-kilogram weight class in Chelyabinsk, Russia. Kotsis made sport history as being the first Hungarian female taekwondoka who won medal in a world cup tournament.

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Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó visiting Tehran

Monday, May 18, 2015

A nuclear agreement with Iran indispensable for the security of Europe and the Middle East stability said Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó after meeting Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in Tehran.

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Twenty-four-year-old university student Viktória Balogh of Nagykapos won Miss Felvidék 2015 pageant

Sunday, May 17, 2015

Twenty-four-year-old university student Viktória Balogh of Nagykapos crowned as Miss Felvidék in Érsekújvár on May 10.

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Macedonia terrorist raid may be linked to country's support of Russia – Lavrov

Saturday, May 16, 2015

Moscow ‘can’t help thinking’ the recent terrorist attack in Macedonia has something to do with the country’s objection to anti-Russian sanctions and participation in the Turkish Stream gas pipeline project, the Russian foreign minister said.

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Joint US - Hungarian airborne drill in Kosovo

Ten paratroopers of the Hungarian Army Delta force took part in an airborne drill with US troops at Camp Bondsteel base in Kosovo.

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Grandiose mosque to be built in Budapest?

Friday, May 15, 2015

Macaristan Budapeşte Camii ve Külliyesi

According to rumors flying around in Budapest, a Turkish company planning to build a grandiose mosque in the Hungarian capital. Apparently, the idea to build a mosque in Hungary has come from the Turkish Religious Affairs Ministry.

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Picture of the day: One of the world's best handball players Anita Görbicz celebrates her 31 birthday

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Artistic picture was taken of one of the world's best handball players Anita Görbicz at her 31 birthday. The player of Győri Audi ETO Handball Club is eight months pregnant and expecting her second child the next month.

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Russia makes preparations to sell crude oil and natural gas in ruble in near future

Russian government instructed the ministry of finance and economic development ministry, the federal office of the department of energy and the Rossiya Bank to start preparations for the sale of crude oil and other natural resources in ruble. After the transition energy resources will be available in ruble only reported Interfax news agency.

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Picture of the day: Artificially hatched imperial eagle chicks in Jászberény Eagle Center

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

The photo shows artificially hatched imperial eagle chick (Aquila heliaca) in Jászberény Eagle Center. The chicks will be put in a natural eagle nest in Hortobágy National Park to be fledged by an eagle pair. MTI Photo: Bugány János

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Jobbik files a protest with Russian diplomatic bodies because Russian foreign ministry report labeled the party extremist

The report is quite a blow to the party, which is the main force in Hungary behind the improvements of Hungarian - Russian relations and it was Jobbik that championed Hungary's eastern partnership policy.

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Picture of the day: Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu makes the sign of the Cross before the beginning of Victory Day celebrations in Moscow

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

The world has changed a lot since the collapse of the Soviet Union. Those who we thought support morality and decency in human affairs – the Godless west - turned out to be promoters of pornography, pedophilia, homosexuality and other abnormalities and the ever condemned Russians are now championing peaceful coexistence, morality, cultural diversity and the preservation of tradition in international affairs.


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NATO Uses Clashes in Macedonia to Undermine Russia's Gas Pipeline Project

Ethnic Albanians involved in recent violent clashes in the northern Macedonian city of Kumanovo were used by Washington to threaten construction plans for Russia's Turkish Stream gas pipeline, a Serbian political scientist claimed.

MOSCOW (Sputnik) — On May 9, Macedonia witnessed violent clashes between police and an armed group in Kumanovo, a city bordering Serbia and Kosovo, which claimed the lives of eight Macedonian security officers and 14 gunmen.

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Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó honored outgoing Chinese Ambassador in Budapest

Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó honored outgoing Chinese Ambassador to Budapest Gao Jian for his outstanding work done in developing Hungarian-Chinese political, economic and cultural relations. For the occasion, Szijjártó awarded the Chinese ambassador with the Hungarian Order of Merit Cross of the Rebublic of Hungary. May 12, 2015. MTI Photo: Kovács Attila

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Jobbik president Gábor Vona on the transformation of Jobbik into people's party

The ongoing changes in the past couple of years foreshadow even greater challenges for the coming years - the successful transformation of Jobbik into people's party. In the process the party's original program won't change, but efforts will be made to win over the widest possible segment of society in a calm and measured manner. All these challenges put heavy burden on the national and local leaders of the party. We will be graded on credibility, professionalism, responsibility, pragmatism and humility. These are the parameters on which every member of Jobbik will be evaluated.

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Video footage of Victory Day commemoration service in Budapest

Monday, May 11, 2015

Victory Day wreath laying ceremony at Szabadság square in Budapest organized by the Russian Embassy at the Soviet War Memorial.

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Hungary could be first in EU to introduce new GMO regulations

“Hungary could be the first to introduce the new European Union regulations allowing countries to ban the cultivation of GMO crops”, the Ministry of Agriculture’s Deputy State Secretary for Environmental Affairs told Hungarian news agency MTI in Berlin on Friday.

In his statement following the “GMO-free Europe” conference, Dr. András Rácz stressed that in addition to transposing the new regulations into Hungarian law, the Government is also working on introducing a new labelling system by the end of the year that would enable foods such as meat, fish, eggs, milk and honey to be labelled as GMO-free if certified as not containing GMOs and livestock receive only GMO-free feed.

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Barna Bor wins gold medal in Judo World Cup qualifying series Sunday in Baku

Sunday, May 10, 2015

Barna Bor won gold medal in Judo World Cup qualifying series Sunday in Baku in the +100 kg weight class.

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Military Site’s Forecast for 2025: Economic Collapse Will Lead to Massive 78% Depopulation in America

Saturday, May 9, 2015

Mac Slavo
May 6th, 2015

With economic malaise on the horizon and any number of triggers ready to set things into motion, military site recently posted their global forecast for 2025. The site, rumored to be a front for various alphabet intelligence agencies, says that America will soon see a large reverse migration as those who came here seeking riches and safety will emigrate out of the country following a serious, multi-year crisis.

According to the report the economy of the United States will dwindle from a GDP of $17.4 trillion today to just over $800 billion in the next 10 years – a decline of about 95% with respect to the goods and services produced within our own borders. Such a decline would be staggering, but it’s not the most ominous aspect of the report.

According to Deagel, the real concern is the adverse effects on our population, which is currently just under 319 million. If the forecast, which does not include the possibility of war or widespread pandemic in its analysis, is accurate then America may experience an event so massive that some 78% of our population would be wiped out, leaving just 68 million people living on American soil by 2025.

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It is Europe's interest to maintain constructive and civilized relations between east and west - Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó

It is Europe's interest to maintain constructive and civilized relations between east and west said Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó in Moscow while attending Victory Day commemoration event in the Russian capital.

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Gas starts flowing through the Turkish Stream pipeline in December, 2016

Russian gas company Gazprom reported that the chief of the company Alexei Miller reached an agreement with Turkish Minister of Energy Taner Yildiz in Ankara on Thursday to deliver gas shipments through the Turkish Stream pipeline starting in December, 2016.

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Picture of the day: Hungarian edition of Glamour magazine features multiple world champion swimmer Katinka Hosszú

Friday, May 8, 2015

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Retired German military officers condemn the aggressive policies of the west toward Russia

Close to one hundred senior officers of the German Army among them retired officers of the German Democratic Republic have signed an open letter, which condemns the Western countries' aggression against Russia. The open letter titled the "Soldiers of Peace" published by Junge Welt and signed by former Defense Ministers Heinz Kessler and Theodore Hoffman, as well as a number of senior German military officers.

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Soviet dissident facing UK charges in medically induced coma after heart surgery

Thursday, May 7, 2015

On April 27, Bukovsky, who lives in Cambridge, was charged with making and possessing indecent images of children

LONDON, May 7. /TASS/. Soviet dissident and writer Vladimir Bukovsky, who faces abuse image charges in Great Britain where he lives, will stay in a medically induced coma for the next 72 hours as German medics fight for his life after an hours-long heart surgery, his close friend told TASS on Thursday.

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Nationalities in Hungary (2011)

The distribution of nationalities in Hungary: Gypsy (313 583), German (185 696), Slovak (35 208), Romanian (35 641), Croatian (26 774), Serbian (10 038), Polish (7 001), Ukrainian (7 396), Greek (4 642), Armenian (3 571), Bulgarian (6 272), Ruthenian (3 882), Slovenian (2 820) - MTI

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"Minden Gyerek Lakjon Jól" Foundation distributes pigs to multiple disadvantaged families

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Board of Director Zsuzsa Hegedűs said more than 78 multiple disadvantaged families have received donations in the village of Székely, Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg county.

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Parliamentary Secretary László Szabó: The future belongs to China and the Asian countries

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

A new international world order is taking shape as we speak and the future belongs to China and the Asian countries said Parliamentary State Secretary László Szabó at "One Belt, One Road" conference in Budapest on Monday.

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Putin warns Hungary's refusal to cooperate with Rosatom would be harmful to economy

The head of Russia's nuclear corporation praised the Hungarian government for being firm in insisting on contract fulfilment

MOSCOW, May 5. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday that Hungary’s refusal to cooperate with Russia’s State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom would be damaging to Hungarian economy.

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Omega rock band returns to Moscow with a very special program performed in Christ the Saviour Cathedral Synod Hall

Monday, May 4, 2015

The Omega rock band will present the "Omega-Oratorium" in Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow on June 1st as part of the Hungarian Cultural Season in Russia kicks off on May 30; the musical event will be held in the Russian Orthodox Church's main hall said András Baranyi, director of the Balassi Cultural Institute in Moscow.

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Multiple Wold Champion Kayaker Tamara Csipes and Bence Dombóvári produced positive drug results

Sunday, May 3, 2015

The head of the Hungarian Anti-Doping Agency Ágnes Tiszeker confirmed that Multiple World Champion kayaker Tamara Csipes and World Champion silver medalist Bence Dombóvári produced positive drug results (the urine test showed traces of cocaine); due to the fact that the athletes failed the drug test in a non-competitive environment (in a training camp) the World Anti-Doping Agency won't investigate the case.

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Picture of the day: Gray cattle crossing Tiszaug bridge on their way to summer pasture

Saturday, May 2, 2015

Grey cattle and buffalo are being herded to summer pasture through Tiszaug bridge May 2, 2015. MTI Photo: Ujvári Sándor

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