Next year general elections: The survival of Hungary is at stake - Speaker of the Parliament László Kövér

Thursday, March 30, 2017

According to the President of the National Assembly László Kövér, if the Fidesz party alliance lose the parliamentary elections in 2018, all that have been achieved up to now, will be destroyed so the electorate must consider this catastrophic consequence when voting.

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Putin Tells Arctic Forum: Climate Change Real, But Not Man-Made


Russian President Vladimir Putin said that global warming is real but has been going on long before the "man-made effects" that climate science points to as its primary cause.

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Diary reveals JFK doubted Hitler was really dead & predicted Nazi leader will ‘emerge from hatred’

Wednesday, March 29, 2017


A young John F Kennedy once pondered over Adolf Hitler’s death, wondering whether the Nazi leader had really died or was still alive, according to a diary he kept while travelling through Europe in 1945.

The 28-year-old future president kept a 61-page diary of his experiences, which will be up for sale at RR Auction in April. Kennedy passed the diary to Deidre Henderson, who was his research assistant at the time he was a Senator.

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Former Member of Swedish Parliament Erik Almqvist warns of unfolding catastrophe in his homeland

Tuesday, March 28, 2017


Sweden faces insurmountable problems as the country is heading for a demographic disaster.

Sixty percent of Malmo residents under age 44 have immigrant background warned former Member of the Swedish Parliament Erik Almqvist - who currently resides in Hungary - on his Facebook page. The Swedish politician cited data released by the Swedish office for national statistics.

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Hungary supports Middle Eastern Christians Churches with more than HUF one billion


"Magyar Közlöny" has reported that the Hungarian government supporting Middle Eastern Christians and other persecuted religious and ethnic minorities' struggle to rebuild their lives in their homeland.

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If succeeds, Veronika Wynne-Hughes will be the first Hungarian to ski to the South Pole


The plan is to ski from the edge of Antarctica to the South Pole.

The expedition will kick off in mid-November, and ends in the middle of January 2018. The distance she will cover is approximately 1140 kilometers. Veronika will poll a sledge along the way and although, she intends to travel alone there will be a support team behind her, including physicians said the adventurer to channel M1 TV Tuesday's show.

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Picture of the day: European Champion Swimmer Zsuzsanna Jakabos reveals her new hairstyle

Sunday, March 26, 2017


One of the prettiest athletes of the world, European Champion Swimmer Zsuzsanna Jakabos posted new sexy photos revealing her new Cornrow Braids Hairstyles especially popular with black women.

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The possibility of civil wars hang over Western Europe


Advisers of various terrorist organizations are infiltrating in western Europe as we speak by mingling with migrants told former Intelligence Officer, and former Colonel of the Hungarian Intelligence Agency László Földi to demokrata.hu news portal.

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Picture of the day: Late Folk Artist Éva Szabó's wonderful legacy

Saturday, March 25, 2017


Before her death 4 years ago, Éva Szabó dedicated her life maintaining folk tradition. She was famous for painting every object she came across with. It did not matter it was a scooter, a car or a stormtrooper helmet.

She has become such a great master of decorating things that after painting church wall hangings, she even decorated her own scooter.

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Hungary blocked EU draft resolution criticizing China and Egypt

Friday, March 24, 2017

Mno.hu has learned that Hungary blocked an EU resolution that criticized China for imprisoning five human rights activists.

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Russia reserves right to meet any French politician it wants to – Putin to Le Pen



President Putin has told French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen in Moscow that Russia has no intentions to influence the French elections, but reserves the right to meet any French politicians it wishes.

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American criticism of Hungarian democracy have practically ceased since President Trump took office

Thursday, March 23, 2017


“The regular criticism of Hungarian democracy that occurred during the previous administration has to all intents and purposes ceased since President Donald Trump took office”, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said in an interview for the Associated Press.

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The Hungarian Canoe Federation plans to build a winter training camp in South Africa

The Hungarian Canoe Federation plans to build a central training camp in South Africa, which could be used by Hungarian athletes during autumn-winter seasons.

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FM Péter Szijjártó inaugurates the new Hungarian Embassy in Washington

Wednesday, March 22, 2017


In his opening speech, the foreign minister stressed that the opening of a new embassy is always the beginning of something new in bilateral relations. He reminded that not far from the embassy also something new has started, which may result profound changes in world politics referring to the White House, which is just a stone's throw away from the new Hungarian Embassy.

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Heineken may lose its red star logo over Hungary’s fight with ‘symbols of tyranny’

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

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Brewer Heineken’s trademark red star may become a victim of the Hungarian government’s attempts to ban the use of “totalitarian symbols” related to years of Nazi occupation and the communist era.

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