Russia has ‘more proof’ ISIS oil routed through Turkey, Erdogan says he’ll resign if it’s true

Monday, November 30, 2015

Russia has received additional intelligence confirming that oil from deposits controlled by Islamic State is moved through Turkey on an industrial scale, said Vladimir Putin. President Recep Erdogan said he will resign if this is confirmed.

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Lifting of Iran bans will boost ties with Hungary: VP

Iranian First Vice President Es’haq Jahangiri says the lifting of sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program will prepare the ground for implementation of bilateral agreements with Hungary.

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Expert: There is a clear east-west division among EU member states regarding mass migration

Sunday's EU-Turkey Summit clearly showed an east-west antagonism in terms of handling mass migration among the EU member states said the director of Fundamental Rights Center István Kovács to M1 TV evening news.

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We are willing to pay, but we do not accept forced resettlement of migrants in Hungary - Prime Minister Viktor Orbán

Sunday, November 29, 2015

Hungary wants to receive a guarantee from the EU before adopting the new action plan on refugee resettlement to make sure that the plan won't have detrimental effect on the country said Prime Minister Viktor Orbán before the European Union and Turkey's extraordinary summit held in Brussels on Sunday.

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Russian Su-24 pilot's body in Turkey, about to be sent home - Turkish PM

Technicians service a Russian Sukhoi Su-24 Fencer tactical bomber at Syria's Hmeimim airport. © Dmitriy Vinogradov / Sputnik

The body of the pilot of the Russian Su-24 bomber, shot down by Turkey on Tuesday, has arrived in Turkey, and will be sent to Russia, Turkish premier Ahmed Davutoglu said in a new conference.

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Jobbik MP Márton Gyöngyösi: Hungary should get involved in reducing tension between Turkey and Russia

Hungary should use its friendly relations with Moscow and Ankara to help as a mediator reducing tension between the two countries after a serious border incident earlier this week, which resulted the shooting down of a Russian aircraft by a Turkish fighter jet.

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Jobbik vice-President Előd Novák took the enlistment oath

Saturday, November 28, 2015

I took the oath of  enlistment today and has become a reservist of the Hungarian Armed Forces.

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Demonstration in front of the Turkish Embassy in Budapest

Friday, November 27, 2015

Forum for Syria Association holds a rally in front of the Turkish Embassy in Budapest on Saturday to express its outrage over the shooting down of a Russian aircraft by a Turkish fighter jet.

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Hungary helps Macedonia with fence construction materials

Hungary helps Macedonia with fence construction materials and other tools needed to quickly build a border fence reported Saturday's "Magyar Közlöny".

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Terrorists in Su-24 search operation area killed - Russian Defense Ministry

Thursday, November 26, 2015

Russian and Syrian military have killed terrorists in the search area of the downed Russian Su-24 jet, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Thursday.

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Picture of the day: New Budapest National Gallery will be built in the city park (Liget)

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Japanese award-winning architectural firm SANAA (Sejima and Nishizawa and Associates) won the international competition to design the new Budapest National Gallery, which will be built at Petőfi Hall site in the city park (Liget).

The new National Gallery will open to the public in 2019.

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Hungary prepares renminbi bond issuance - EcoMin

Photo: MTI

Hungary and China have signed an agreement for Hungary to issue renminbi-denominated government bonds, the National Economy Ministry has said in a statement on Wednesday. The agreement was signed by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and Bank of China Chairman Tian Guoli.

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László Toroczkai calls for a common action plan against mass migration (Video message)

Ásotthalom Mayor László Toroczkai calls on all responsible European parties that want to find a common solution to illegal immigration to come to Ásotthalom on December 19 to 20 to work out a common action plan against this common threat.

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The controlled media lied about a migrant incident took place in Hungary this summer

Austria's corporate media lied about an incident took place this summer, in Bicske, Hungary. The case involved a migrant who pushed his wife on the railway tracks as a form of protest against Hungarian immigration procedures.

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Security has become the key priority in Europe

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

In a speech at a summit between China and Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries held in the city of Suzhou, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán stated that Europe has been attacked, and is exposed to further threats. Security has now become the key priority in Europe, he said.

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Flow of migrants to Greece slowing down

Only a few dozen migrants have been registered on the Aegian Islands on Monday, while in the previous months thousands of people arrived each day.

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Putin: Turkey supports terrorism and stabs Russia in the back

Russian President Vladimir Putin has commented on the attack on the Russian Su-24 bomber aircraft that was shot down above Syria by the Turkish Air Force. During the meeting with King Abdullah II of Jordan, Putin said said that the Russian plane was shot down by Turkish fighter aircraft. Putin described the actions of the Turkish authorities as a "stab in the back" from "supporters of terrorists."

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Report: Russia Starts Ground Operations in Syria

Monday, November 23, 2015

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Russian infantry forces, supported by air force and artillery units, launched their first operations inside the Syrian territory, a Kuwaiti paper reported.

"The Russian infantry forces, supported by tanks and fighter jets, participated for the first time in operations to attack the Takfiri militants in Syria in a region between Lattakia and Idlib provinces" and they could take control of strategic heights without sustaining any casualties, Kuwait's al-Rai newspaper quoted Syrian dissident commanders as saying.

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‘All the terrorists are migrants’

Viktor Orbán on how to protect Europe from terror, save Schengen, and get along with Putin’s Russia.
By Matthew Kaminski

“Liberalism in Europe now concentrates not on freedom but on political correctness. It became a sclerotic ideology. Dogmatic, may I say. The liberals are enemies of freedom” who, he says, want to limit Hungary’s freedom to make its choices as a nation-state.

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Jobbik President Gábor Vona met foreign embassy officials in a hotel in Budapest

Sunday, November 22, 2015

More than thirty foreign embassies in Hungary sent representatives to a closed meeting held in a hotel in Budapest Thursday morning to discuss international politics with Jobbik President Gábor Vona learned

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Picture of the day: Due to the unusually mild November weather raspberry plants start producing fruit again

Due to the unusually mild fall weather raspberry plants start producing fruit again at Förhénc hill near Nagykanizsa, Zala county. November 20, 2015. Photo by Varga György / MTI

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Putin Says Has No 'Right' to Ask Assad to Leave Power

Saturday, November 21, 2015

Russian president claims Syria is a sovereign state and Assad was elected by the people

Moscow: President Vladimir Putin said in an interview released Friday that Russia has no “right” to ask Syrian leader Bashar Assad to leave power.

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Hungary commemorates the 450th anniversary of the siege of Szigetvár with lavish cultural programs

Friday, November 20, 2015

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is also expected to attend the 450th anniversary event commemorating to the siege of Szigetvár next September. Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović will also attend.

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Russia develops landmine, which distinguishes soldiers from civilians and goes off only when approached by someone who is armed

Russian arms makers have come up with an all-new antipersonnel smart mine with an electronic brain, which rules out misfires and unauthorized handling, Russian media reported on Friday.

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Hundreds of people rallied against mass migrations and mandatory quotas in Budapest

Thursday, November 19, 2015

We have to face the fact that Europe's current political leaders don't want or are unable to effectively tackle the immigration crisis and threats of terrorism; this was the most important message of Wednesday's demonstration held by the Jobbik party at the European Commission's Budapest office.

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Troops have been deployed in public areas to reassure the public

The primary purpose of the deployment of armed police and troops in public areas is to reassure the public stressed the Prime Minister's Chief Adviser on Homeland Security György Bakondi on M1 TV channel Tuesday night.

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Katinka Hosszú suing Swimming World Magazine over an article suggesting she might have used banned substances to aid her performances

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Five-time World Champion Swimmer Katinka Hosszú filed a libel lawsuit against Swimming World Magazine and journalist Casey Barrett over an article published in May suggesting that she might have used banned substances to aid her performances.

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Germany is waking up

Alternative for Germany (Alternative für Deutschland, AfD) party is the third strongest party in Germany, according to a new survey.

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Political author Gearoid O Colmain discusses the Paris attacks with RT International

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

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The Hungarian government has no choice but to challenge the mandatory quota system in the European Court of Justice

The parliament passed a new legislation today ordering the government to challenge the mandatory quotas in the European Court of Justice.

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Paris Attacks: Beginning of the End of 'Europe Without Borders'?

© Flickr/ Oona Räisänen

Is the Paris massacre the beginning of the end for 'Europe without borders'? Startfor analysts believe that the tragedy will have a huge impact on the European Union's policies, especially the Schengen Agreement.

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Putin: ISIS financed from 40 countries, including G20 members

Monday, November 16, 2015

President Vladimir Putin says he’s shared Russian intelligence data on Islamic State financing with his G20 colleagues: the terrorists appear to be financed from 40 countries, including some G20 member states.

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Polish minister says Syrians can return to fight and 'liberate' homeland / ANP / Bas Czerwinski

The hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees pouring into Europe can be trained to form an army and return to "liberate" their homeland, Poland's new foreign minister said on Sunday.

Witold Waszczykowski also told public television that the refugees could be gainfully employed in this manner rather than sipping coffee on an iconic Berlin avenue or other European cities.

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Security measures beefed up across the country – troops deployed at major intersections in Budapest

Sunday, November 15, 2015

Troops have been deployed at Budapest's major intersections and public areas (needlessly) to increase security in the capital as a result of the Paris terrorist attack Friday night said the Ministry of Defence (MoD) on Saturday.

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The 12 most beautiful football stadiums in the world

Saturday, November 14, 2015

Pancho Arena has been selected among the top 12 most beautiful stadiums in the world by British football magazine FourFourTwo.

Pancho Arena, Hungary

Home to Puskas Akademia FC, the youth side of Videoton, the Pancho is utterly remarkable. It has a capacity of just 4,500, but its curving, wood-lined interior, designed by legendary Hungarian architect Imre Makovetz, gives the feel of a place of worship.

Pancho was Ferenc Puskas’s Spanish nickname, and there is no doubt who the deity is here: the Mightiest Magyar’s possessions are on display inside, making it part cathedral, part museum and part wonderful sports facility. Opened in 2014, there’s nothing else like it anywhere.

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Poland's new government rejects migrant quotas after Paris attacks

Poland September 12, 2015. © Agata Grzybowska / Reuters

Poland's future minister for European affairs said his government will not accept EU-mandate quotas for refugees following the terrorist attacks in France.

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Security measures in Hungary to be reinforced

On Saturday morning, at a meeting convened as a result of the terrorist attacks in Paris, the National Security Cabinet task force decided that security measures in Hungary will be reinforced. The meeting was also attended by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. At the Government Spokesperson’s press conference, the Prime Minister’s senior internal security advisor György Bakondi gave an account of the decisions adopted earlier.

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‘Unprecedented terrorist attacks’: French President declares state of emergency, closes borders

Friday, November 13, 2015

Amid the “unprecedented terrorist attacks” that have resulted in dozens of deaths, French President Francois Hollande has declared a state of emergency and announced that France will close its borders.

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At least 160 dead in Paris shootings, hostages held: French media

French fire brigade members aid an injured individual near the Bataclan concert hall following fatal shootings in Paris, France, November 13, 2015.
Reuters/Christian Hartmann

France was rocked by multiple, near simultaneous attacks on entertainment sites around Paris on Friday evening and French media said at least 60 people were killed and hostages were being held in a concert hall in the capital.

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PM Viktor Orbán talked to new Polish PM Beata Szydlo over the phone

PM Viktor Orbán congratulated new Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo over the phone on her election victory and stressed the need for closer Hungarian-Polish bi-lateral relations and regional cooperation between the Visegrád-4 countries.

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The refugee situation in Europe is getting gloomier by the day

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán is very pessimistic about the future of Europe - to find solution to the ongoing refugee crisis. Speaking to Hungarian reporters after the Valletta EU summit on Thursday, the prime minister remarked that Europe is now expecting Turkey to provide security for the continent rather than getting its own act together and start defending its own borders.

They want to bring another one million migrants into Europe from Turkey that Hungary rejects.

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Jobbik politicians took part yesterday's Polish Independence March in Warsaw

The photo shows the Hungarian delegation carrying a huge banner

According to reports, about fifty thousand people took part in the 2015 Independence March (Marsa Niepodleglosci) in Warsaw yesterday among them many Hungarians, including members of the Jobbik party and its supporters.

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Can Europe Survive This Invasion?

By Pat Buchanan

“A modern day mass migration is taking place … that could change the face of Europe’s civilization,” warned Hungarian President Viktor Orban.

“If that happens, that is irreversible. … There is no way back from a multicultural Europe,” said Orban. “If we make a mistake now, it will be forever.”

Orban acted on his beliefs. He erected a 110-mile fence on the Serb border, redirecting hundreds of thousands of migrants away from Hungary to Croatia, thence to Austria and Germany.

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Warning to migrants – crossing the Hungarian border illegally will get you in jail

More than a thousand migrants are kept in prisons in Hungary for illegally crossing the border, which is a criminal offense according to the Hungarian criminal code.

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Slovenia starts erecting razor fence along Croatian border amid migrant crisis

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

A view from Croatian village Vukovo Selo shows army trucks and soldiers at Slovenian village Veliki Obrez November 11, 2015. © Antonio Bronic / Reuters

Slovenian authorities have started building a razor wire fence on the border with Croatia to control the huge flow of asylum seekers from Africa and the Middle East.

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Europe facing new middle-eastern migration surge

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

The influx of migrants from Greece has accelerated as the Greek ferry strike is over. According to sources, close to 50 thousand migrants trapped in Greece, mostly in the island of Lesbos, due to the ferry strike. This mass of people is now on the move heading for Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia and Austria. Their final destination is Germany, Sweden and Norway said one of the migrants talked to Hungarian journalists.

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Hard to believe but George Soros now saying the same thing as PM Viktor Orbán on the quota system – the mandatory refugee quotas don't work

Monday, November 9, 2015

The mandatory quota system won't solve Europe's refugee crisis; the settlement of refugees must be based on voluntary quotas said George Soros in an interview with the Wall Street Journal.

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Puzzle for kids of homosexual parents

Members of the socialist party (former communists) and other weirdos sitting on opposition benches in the Hungarian parliament who actively promote rectal romance, bum sex and other sexual aberrations in society pretend outrage over a child drawing exhibited in the Hungarian parliament by Jobbik youth wing.

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More than 300 people held a sympathy rally at the Hungarian Embassy in Paris

More than 300 people held a sympathy rally at the Hungarian Embassy in Paris Saturday afternoon to denounce illegal immigration and support Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán who makes great efforts to slow the influx of migrants into Europe and defend Europe's Christian values.

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Joke of the day: Austria introduced stricter migrant-control on the Austrian – Slovenian border

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SWC 2015, Dubai, Day 2: Final consecration for Hosszu and Van der Burgh!

Saturday, November 7, 2015

Pedro Adrega, Head of FINA Communications Department

Cameron van der Burgh (RSA) and Katinka Hosszu (HUN) were the overall winners of the 2015 FINA/airweave Swimming World Cup, whose eighth and final leg concluded on November 7 in Dubai (UAE). In the superb scenario of the Hamdan Sports Complex, the two best athletes of the series were given their giant US$ 100,000 cheque corresponding to their victory by FINA President Dr. Julio C. Maglione.

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German newspaper Bild compiled the ten most frequently asked questions by migrants when reach the shores of Europe

By introducing the subject, the article tells readers that in October alone, more than 218 thousand illegal immigrants arrived by sea to Greece, roughly half of them to the island of Lesbos.

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We live in intensely crazy and interesting times – PM Viktor Orbán

Europe is under siege, but most people do not feel the weight of the changes, the fact that their culture and their way of life are challenged on a daily basis said Prime Minister Viktor Orbán in his opening speech at the World Science Forum (WSF), on Wednesday in Budapest.

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Antoine Habash wins gold medal at 2015 K1 Kickbox World Championships in Belgrade, in the 63.5-kilogram weight class

Friday, November 6, 2015

Antoine won against Viktor Mikhailov of Russia in the final with well placed leg kicks and punches. Viktor Mikhailov is a dangerous fighter, so the Hungarian boxer had to chose smart tactics against him. Antoine executed the tactics perfectly winning all three rounds.

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Hungary does not accept mandatory settling quota

The Hungarian Government respects Germany’s desire to let immigrants in, but finds it inconceivable that this decision should be binding on any other countries, the Minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office said. János Lázár spoke about this at the press conference “Governmentinfo 29 – Government actions explained” which he held jointly with Government Spokesperson Zoltán Kovács.

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US strategy for the New World Order

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