Latest news on the refugee crisis - Migrants are free to leave Hungary

Monday, August 31, 2015


What a difference a day makes. Yesterday, police completely closed off the Eastern Railway Station for migrants preventing them to get on trains bound for Germany. Today, all police officers disappeared from the railway station allowing migrants to freely board any train leave for Germany.

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EU refugee crisis: Austria tightens borders, Hungary seeks answers from Germany



Austria has tightened its eastern borders, just days after the bodies of 71 refugees were found in a truck on a highway. Meanwhile, Hungary has asked Germany to “clarify” the legal situation with respect to illegal migrants traveling within the EU.

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Multiple injuries in Kiev as grenade explodes during protest against constitutional law



Demonstrators, who are against a constitutional amendment on decentralization, clash with police outside the parliament building in Kiev, Ukraine, August 31, 2015. © Valentyn Ogirenko / Reuters

Dozens are feared to have been injured during clashes in front of the parliament in Kiev, the Ukrainian National Guard said. Crowds of protesters came to oppose amendments to the constitution that would provide for decentralization of the country.

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Migrants protesting at Eastern Railway Station to put pressure on the government to let them go to Germany

Sunday, August 30, 2015



Migrants staged a protest at Eastern Railway Station demanding from the government to let them go to Germany. The Eastern Railway Station closed down for everybody except those carry Hungarian documents. A substantial part of the underpass leading to the railway station, which is part of the Transit Zone is also closed down.

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Psychology of White Self Hatred

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New Transit Zones will be set up at the Hungarian - Serbian border

Saturday, August 29, 2015


The government plans to introduce a new legal category - crisis caused by mass migration and proposes the establishment of several Transit Zones at the Hungarian - Serbian border. The closed zones will be set up within 60 meters from the border and will have only one exit toward Serbia. Migrants can leave the zones at any time through that exit.

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Picture of the day: Sunrise and morning fog in Sormás

Friday, August 28, 2015

Photo: Varga György / MTI

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The Speaker of Parliament László Kövér pays official visit to the US


The speaker of parliament visits the US to address to the 4th World Conference of Speakers of Parliament, which will be held between August 31 and September 2 in the UN General Assembly headquarters in New York city.

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Picture of the day: World Champion Swimmer László Cseh got married

Thursday, August 27, 2015


World Champion Swimmer László Cseh married her long-time girlfriend Dia on Sunday. Cseh won one gold, one silver and one bronze medal in 2015 Kazan FINA World Championships in Russia.

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Police pretending to stop migrants from entering the country at the Hungarian – Serbian border



The video clip shot by a Romanian TV channel showing Hungarian police officers pretending to stop migrants from entering the country. The symbolic presence of police officers in the border region and their lack of effective action to halt the flow of migrants into the country are part of spectacle.

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This is how migrants spend the night while waiting for buses to be transported to refugee camps across the country

Wednesday, August 26, 2015


The photos have been taken at Röszke refugee hub by alfahir.hu reporter Balázs Béli

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Tear gas was used against rioting migrants at Röszke collection center


Two hundred migrants rioted at Röszke collection center and tear gas was used to disperse them reporting Hir TV.

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The first wave of migrants that broke through police lines on the Macedonian - Greece border reached the Hungarian border

Tuesday, August 25, 2015


The number of migrants crossing the Hungarian – Serbian border near Röszke is skyrocketing, which is due to the arrival of the first wave of migrants that entered Macedonia a few days ago by breaking through police lines.

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Migrants crossing the Hungarian – Serbian border while police watching – it's incredible



Migrants crossed into Hungary on Tuesday through a gate in a newly built 4-meter high fence that separates the country from their Serbian neighbor. (Aug. 25)

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Bulgaria to stage military drills near Macedonian border amid worsening refugee crisis

© Stoyan Nenov / Reuters

Bulgaria will stage military drills near the Macedonian border as a “preventative” measure, the nation's defense ministry says. It comes as the country's neighbors face an influx of migrants trying to make their way to the EU's borderless Schengen zone.

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Jobbik President Gábor Vona: The biggest migration wave is yet to come


Those who believe that the flood of migrants into Europe has already peaked are dreaming.

We know what happened / happening in Macedonia; it could be clear even to the most naive people that those chaotic events have the potential to reappear very soon on our borders. The next phase of migration wave is upon us, which will be even bigger and more dangerous than the previous ones.

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Video clip shot in the Transit Zone near the Eastern Railway Station by BBC

Monday, August 24, 2015

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Migrants invented new ways of defeating the razor-wire fence on the Hungarian – Serbian border


Migrants coming from Serbia are getting more inventive in defeating the razor-wire border fence by using sleeping bags and diapers to form holes in the barbed wire and slip into the country through the hole.

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Picture of the day: The statue of Confucius unveiled at the University of Pécs


The Chairman of North China University of Science and Technology Chiang Yu-Chu and the Rector of the the University of Pécs József Bódis unveil the statue of Chinese Philosopher Confucius in the Health Science Faculty Building of the University. August 24, 2015. Photo: Sóki Tamás / MTI

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The construction of the border fence had no impact on Fidesz's popularity


Fidesz continues to be the most popular party among voters, Jobbik is in the second place according to a new survey by Publicus Institute.

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Macedonian police use stun grenades on migrants at Greek border, thousands break through

Saturday, August 22, 2015



A large group of migrants, who have been prevented from entering Macedonia from Greece for the past week, overwhelmed border guards on Saturday afternoon, causing multiple injuries in the process.

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Crush as migrants push through Macedonian border from Greece

Friday, August 21, 2015


Macedonian special policemen guard the border as more than a thousand immigrants wait at the border line of Macedonia and Greece to enter Macedonia near the Gevgelija railway station August 21, 2015. © Ognen Teofilovski / Reuters

At least 10 people were receiving medical aid, after an attempt by Macedonian police to allow crowds of refugees to cross a busy border post at the Greek border resulted in a crush.

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Transit Zones near the Eastern and Western Railway Stations can't accommodate more migrants


Transit Zones near the Eastern and Western Railway Stations can't accommodate more illegal immigrants reported M1 TV on Friday.

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US citizens warned against visiting Crimean jazz festival

US citizens are prohibited by law from providing services to the territory of Crimea

KIEV, August 20. /TASS/. The American embassy in Ukraine has asked US citizens not to visit a jazz festival in Crimea in late August, the embassy’s press service said on Thursday.

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US Army to Pass Through Slovakia Before NATO Drills in Hungary

Thursday, August 20, 2015


Introduction — August 19, 2015

Under the pretext of reassuring NATO’s nervous new allies in eastern Europe, the Western alliance’s forces are moving steadily eastwards, ever closer to Russia’s western border. Purportedly to warn off any ‘Russian aggression.

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Macedonia declares state of emergency over surge in migrants & refugees, ready to deploy army

A new group of more than a thousand immigrants wait at the border line of Macedonia and Greece to enter into Macedonia near Gevgelija railway station August 20, 2015. © Ognen Teofilovski / Reuters

Macedonia has declared a state of emergency on its southern and northern borders over a surge in migrants and refugees, the Interior Ministry announced. The country said it would involve the army in confronting the crisis.

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World Champion Archer József Mónus injured his hand during training


A fractured arrow seriously injured World Champion Archer József Mónus' left hand during a training session near Hajdúdorog.

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An increasing number of Hungarians think the Transit Zones are no solution to the migrant problem

Wednesday, August 19, 2015


Volunteers called ambulance to an Afghan woman, who went into labor in the Transit Zone near Western Station. The woman was rushed to the Péterfy Hospital where she gave birth to a healthy baby girl.

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Secret Service Expert László Földi: The worldwide migration is part of an ongoing war


Illegal immigrants are mostly young men, well-dressed, own expensive cell phones and carry lots of money. Right now, no one(?) can answer what organizations support these people.

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The government sends thousands of police officers to the Hungarian – Serbian border

Tuesday, August 18, 2015


Thousands of police officers will be deployed on the Hungarian – Serbian border to stop the flood of illegal immigrants into the country announced the head of the Prime Minister's Office János Lázár on Tuesday.

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Jobbik demands the suspension of migrant registration


Jobbik called on the government to terminate the Dublin III convention and put an end to the registration of illegal immigrants. "Otherwise, Hungary can't be saved," said Jobbik spokesman Adam Mirkóczki on Monday's press conference. The Jobbik politician pointed out that on Sunday for the first time ever more than two thousand illegal immigrants crossed the border.

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Heavy downpour hits Budapest

Monday, August 17, 2015

More rain fell in one hour on the capital than the August monthly average. Photo: Szigetváry Zsolt / MTI

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Ásotthalom buys new patrol car to be more effectively in fight against illegal immigration


Ordinary Hungarians donated HUF 4,434,166 to help the municipality of Ásotthalom buying a new patrol car that will replace the old Lada-Niva that spends more time in car repair shops than in the field chasing migrants and people-smugglers.

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The influx of refugees creates new jobs

Sunday, August 16, 2015


The ministry of interior on a hiring frenzy to fill 1,357 armed security guards positions and 191 police officers positions learned hvg.hu. Armed security guards will patrol refugee camps across the country, as the government fears that the fences around the new camps won't be enough to contain the migrants.

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The current migration wave in the world recalls World War II conditions

Saturday, August 15, 2015


The world is facing the "worst refugee crisis" since World War II and Europe must play its part in finding solution to this immense problem said Migration and Home Affairs Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos on Friday in Brussels.

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95-year-old swimmer sets new world record in 200m backstroke event


Hungarian swimmer Bela Banki Horvath set the new world record (5:24.20) in the 200m backstroke event in the 95-99 age group. The previous record in this event and this very age group was set 21 years ago. By the way, 95-year-old swimmer Bela Banki Horvath is the maturest athlete at the 16th FINA World Masters Championships.

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Toroczkai: Smugglers invaded Ásotthalom

Friday, August 14, 2015


Ásotthalom Mayor László Toroczkai said police do not have the capacity or do not want to defend the people of the municipality from the criminal organizations that are taking advantage of the lawless situation in the region. Ásotthalom has been invaded by foreign and Hungarian criminal organizations to make profit from smuggling migrants across the border and transport them to different destinations across the country by using mafia tactics.

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Gerald Celente Just Predicted A Global Stock Market Crash And Gave The Exact Time Frame

Thursday, August 13, 2015


"...I’m now predicting that we are going to see a global stock market crash before the end of the year. It’s not only going to be the Dow, it’s going to be the DAX, the FTSE, the CAC, Shanghai, and the Nikkei. There’s going to be panic on the streets from Wall Street to Shanghai and from the UK down to Brazil. You are going to see one market after another begin to collapse.”

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The Hungarian government donates HUF 25 million to the Victims of Communism Memorial Fund


Minister of Human Resources Zoltán Balog announces that the Hungarian government donates 25 million HUF to the fund set up by the Canadian government to construct Victims of Communism Memorial in Ottawa.

The press conference has been attended by Ludwik Klimkowski, the President of the Canadian Liberty Foundation and the Director General of the House of Terror Museum Mária Schmidt.

Photo: Bruzák Noémi / MTI

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Death toll rises to 50 from Tianjin blasts


TIANJIN, Aug. 13 (Xinhua) -- The death toll from warehouse explosions in north China's Tianjin city rose to 50 Thursday evening while 701 others were admitted to hospitals, rescue headquarters said.

Of the injured, 71 are in critical condition.

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The widow of legendary football player Ferenc Puskás has died today - she was 84-years old

Wednesday, August 12, 2015


Erzsébet Hunyadvári was born in 1934 in Budapest. She played handball in Kispest AC where Puskás payed football. She was 16-years old when she met the legendary football player.

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The Hungarian government plans to launch billboard campaign in Syria and Afghanistan


The Hungarian government plans to launch an information campaign in Asia and the Middle East informing the population of the region of the major difficulties they will face on the Hungarian - Serbian border if try to reach western-Europe through Hungary learned Index.hu.

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Russia gets rid of foreign propaganda materials

Tuesday, August 11, 2015


Russia started removing liberal propaganda materials from school libraries. All pseudo-scientific publications circulating by the Soros Foundation will be removed from school libraries.

E1.ru regional news portal published a document issued by the ministry of education ordering the leaders of Sverdlovsk and school principals of the region to remove all books published by George Soros's Open Society Foundation from libraries.

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Punishing heat wave scorches the entire country

Monday, August 10, 2015


Now, the nights are also becoming less refreshing, especially in big cities where the air barely cools dawn during the night. But in places where the temperature drops below 20 degrees, it is a good idea to ventilate at night to reduce the heat inside the house writes meteoklinika.hu.

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Russian Prime Minister Notes Strong Ties With Hungary Despite EU Sanctions

Sunday, August 9, 2015

© Dmitry Astakhov/Russian Government Press Office/TASS

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev and his Hungarian counterpart Viktor Orban underscored on Sunday the strength of bilateral ties despite the EU sanctions against Russia.

KAZAN (Sputnik) – Orban arrived in the southwestern Russian city of Kazan over the weekend where the 2015 FINA World Aquatics Championships are wrapping up on Sunday.

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Katinka Hosszú wins gold Dávid Verrasztó wins silver medal at the last day of FINA World Championships in Kazan

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán handing over the gold medal to Katinka Hosszú at medal awards ceremony in Kazan. Photo: Kovács Anikó / MTI

"I stuck to my strategy all the way, I gave everything of myself. I got a leg cramp in the last fifty meters, I can't believe I could do it," said Katinka after the final to M4 Sport. "It was a hard eight days, not only physically, but mentally as well; one gets tired after such tough races. I was pretty upset of myself yesterday because I felt I did not give everything of myself unlike today."

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The Ozora psychedelic music festival is ten years old - photo report

Saturday, August 8, 2015


The first Ozora psychedelic music festival was held ten years ago. Since then, the trance festival that showcasing a number of foreign artists each year has become quite an attraction drawing visitors from all over the world whose numbers can easily reach 15-20 thousand.

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The first transit zone has been opened to migrants near the Eastern Railway Station


The first transit zone has been opened to migrants in an underpass near Eastern Railway Station in Budapest today.

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László Cseh finished second in 100m butterfly and Katinka Hosszú third in 200m backstroke finals in Kazan

MTI Photo: Kovács Anikó

Men's 100m Butterfly - Final
1. Chad le Clos (South Africa) 50.56 sec
2. László Cseh (Hungary) 50.87 - a national summit
3. Joseph Schooling (Singapore) 50.96
4. Tom Shields (USA) 51.06
5. Mehdy Metella (France) 51.24
6. Konrad Czerniak (Poland) 51.28
7. Pawel Korzeniowski (Poland) 51.46

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PM Viktor Orbán arrives in Kazan, Russia to attend the 16th FINA World Championships closing event

Friday, August 7, 2015


The photo released by the Press Office of the prime minister showing PM Orbán meeting the President of Tatarstan Rustam Minnikhanov on August 7, 2015. MTI Photo: Prime Minister's Press Office / Burger Barna

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Like a scene from the Third World, thousands of migrants race to catch the last trains into backdoor of Europe


Like a scene from the Third World, thousands of migrants race to catch the last trains into backdoor of Europe: Desperate families head towards Hungary before the new EU member completes a 109-mile long fence across its borders

Men, women and children were photographed waiting for trains in the Macedonian town of Gevgelija today

Families then crowd into packed, run-down carriages as they travel towards Serbia and on to Hungary

Once they are smuggled into Hungary they can easily pass without passport check on to Germany and France

Many of thousands of migrants currently trying to reach the UK via the Channel Tunnel in Calais took this route

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Migrants cut through the border fence near Ásotthalom


According to information obtained by delmagyar.hu eighteen illegal immigrants crossed the border near Ásotthalom by cutting through the border fence - police caught them all.

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Dutch national dies at Ozora psychedelic music festival due to cardiac arrest

Thursday, August 6, 2015


A man has died at OZORA psychedelic music festival on Thursday reported velvet.hu. According to the report, the deceased is a Dutch national over the age of 50; apparently, he died of cardiac arrest.

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In Memoriam Hiroshima



During the final stages of World War II in 1945, the United States conducted two atomic bombings against the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan, the first on August 6, 1945 and the second on August 9, 1945. These two events are the only active deployments of nuclear weapons in war to date.

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Budapest city designates transit zones for migrants

Wednesday, August 5, 2015


Budapest city designates several transit zones to migrants in Budapest, where the most basic public health and hygiene necessities will be provided to the newcomers said the head of the Metropolitan Police Directorate of Local Government in Budapest on Wednesday.

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László Cseh wins gold medal in 200-meter butterfly in Kazan

Photo: Action Images

László Cseh won gold medal in men's 200-meter butterfly at 16th FINA World Championships in Kazan on Wednesday.

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Boglárka Kapás wins bronze medal in women's 1500m freestyle in Kazan

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

MTI Photo: Kovács Anikó

Boglárka Kapás wins bronze medal in 15:47.09 breaking her Hungarian record of 16:02.58 in women's 1500m freestyle in Kazan.

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PM Viktor Orbán visits Kazan, Russia for the 16th FINA World Championships


Prime Minister Viktor Orbán will travel to Kazan, Russia the weekend to attend the closing ceremony of the world class event and to accept the FINA-flag as the leader of the country that will hosts the 2017 FINA World Championships said the Prime Minister's Press Officer Bertalan Havasi on Tuesday.

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The Sixty-four Counties Youth Movement (HVIM) pays tribute to kamikaze fighters


At the moment, there is only one museum in Japan that commemorates to the unique fighters of World War II, the Kamikaze warriors.

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