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Farewell

Sunday, May 6, 2018

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Dear all,

It has always been a great pleasure to work on this blog. However, it is time to say goodbye. I am going to shut down hungarianambiance.com due to lack of time as I move on to other projects.

Thank you for all your support through the years.

Please note that the old articles still will be available for readers until spring.

Thank you and farewell.

Best Regads,
hungarianambiance.com

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Archer József Mónus sets new world record by shooting across the Niagara Falls


After shooting across the Verecke Pass, Archer József Mónus this time tackled the Niagara Falls.

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European voters want to see major changes in Brussels - Krisztina Morvai

Saturday, May 5, 2018


European voters want to see major changes in Brussels, so next year's European Parliamentary Elections can bring significant innovations in the European Parliament - said MEP Krisztina Morvai on Saturday in M1 channel's evening program.

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President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker: Marx is not responsible for the crimes committed in his name


President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker spoke at the 200th anniversary of Karl Marx's birth celebration in Trier, Germany.

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Putin's foreign policy advisor explains the nature of the second cold war


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Picture of the day: Exotic birds arrive at Debrecen Zoo

Friday, May 4, 2018


On the left hand side two "Eudocimus ruber" and on the right a "Threskiornis aethiopicus"enjoy the warm summer weather in Debrecen. Photo: MTI

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It is a moral duty to “see through” the anti-migration constitutional amendment


On Friday morning’s edition of the Kossuth Radio programme “180 Minutes”, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that it is a moral duty to “see through” the anti-migration amendment to the Constitution.

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Hungarian ruling party wants to amend constitution to ban settlement of migrants

Thursday, May 3, 2018


Reuters Staff



BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungary’s ruling Fidesz party wants to amend the constitution in order to ensure that the European Union cannot force the country to resettle migrants, the national news agency MTI reported on Thursday, citing the party’s parliamentary leader.

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EP: Migrant children can not be detained


All immigrant children and families should be accommodated in community facilities without taking them into custody until their refugee applications are processed write European Parliament (EP) representatives in a statement on Thursday.

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Fidesz: More respect for the victims of communism


It is outrageous that the President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker speaks at the 200th anniversary of Karl Marx's birth wrote MEPs of the Fidesz calling on the Luxembourg politicians to stay away from the event. More respect for the victims of communism! - they wrote in a statement released on Thursday.

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Moscow welcomes Trump’s desire to meet Putin, mend ties & curb arms race – Lavrov


Russia welcomes Donald Trump’s desire to engage with Moscow regarding an arms race and other global challenges, but the US leader’s deeds must match his words, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has said.

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Far-right mayor hails success of Hungary-Serbia border fence

Wednesday, May 2, 2018

The modern-day iron curtain stretches for 100 miles and is patrolled by soldiers, dogs, and 3,000 border police.

by Alastair Jamieson / May.02.2018 / 4:50 AM ET


ÁSOTTHALOM, Hungary — A far-right mayor is hailing the success of a new border fence, saying it has protected Hungary from mass immigration.

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Faced with rising debt, U.S. Olympic medalist John-Henry Krueger switches countries

Tuesday, May 1, 2018


Martin Rogers, USA TODAY Sports


John-Henry Krueger, who won a silver medal in short-track speedskating at the Winter Olympics in February, will no longer compete for the United States after a dispute with the U.S. federation and will switch allegiance to Hungary, he confirmed to USA TODAY Sports on Monday.

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Dóra Dúró runs for vice-president of Jobbik in the upcoming leadership race


At the invitation of the regional directors of 11 counties I realized that I have a responsibility to help Jobbik remaining a united party writes former Spokesperson of Jobbik Dóra Dúró on Facebook.

The most important objective at the moment is to keep the party united, so that we can rebuild it later.

For a long time, I thought I did not have any role to play in this process - I did not plan to run for any office or support any candidate in the leadership race.

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