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Former Leader of the British National Party Nick Griffin was ordered out of Hungary

Friday, May 26, 2017

On the request of the Anti-Terrorism Center, the Immigration and Nationalization Office expelled Nick Griffin from Hungary reported 444.hu. Griffin is the second British nationalist politician who was ordered out of the country in recent days; on Wednesday, British nationalist James Dowson was also expelled from Hungary.

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The prime minister announced visionary measures to turn around the falling birth rate

At a demographics forum held on the first day of the World Congress of Families in Budapest, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán declared that the Government is continuing to increase the level of family tax benefits, and “families with two children are at the focus of this increase”. Mr. Orbán announced details of a new action plan – adopted in the previous day’s Cabinet meeting – to encourage the birth of more children.

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Hungarian female judokas wearing bikini win big against their male counterparts

Thursday, May 25, 2017

(From left to right) Bernadett Keliger, Evelin Salánki, Katinka Szabó and Hedvig Karakas

As a fun project, the official Facebook page of the Judo World Championship starting on August 28 in Budapest posted the photos of Hungarian female judokas wearing bikini and male judokas wearing swim suit to see what team was more popular.

The girls won hand down getting two times more hits than their male counterparts.

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Olympic Champion Kayaker Attila Vajda is back to Szeged but this time as a coach

Olympic Champion Kayaker Attila Vajda, who retired from active competition last year will be present as a coach at the World Cup Series held in Szeged over the weekend.

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There will be increased security at certain events


“The level of terrorism preparedness in Hungary will not be increased following the terrorist attack in Manchester, but the security of certain events will be handled as a priority”, the Minister of Interior told reporters following his annual report to Parliament’s National Security Committee.

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Pope Francis' face tells the whole story

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Pope Francis held a half-hour private meeting in the Vatican with President Donald Trump on Wednesday, and then, the two dignitaries gave each other gifts.

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Two gay men sentenced to 85 lashes for performing a homosexual act


Hundreds of people gathered to watch the public lashing at a mosque courtyard; this was the first such sentencing in Aceh, the only Indonesian province where sharia law is the basis of judicial system.

The two gay men were detained in March after authorities ambushed the couple in a rented room while performing bum sex.

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Tropical downpour hits Budapest

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

A tropical downpour hits Budapest and parts of the country. Budapest VI and XIII Districts are especially hard hit. Photos: MTI / index.hu

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Hungarian border protection represents the only solution

“Only extremely strict Hungarian border protection and the fence along the Hungarian-Serbian border have provided a solution to illegal immigration recently”, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said at a press conference in Budapest on Monday.

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The last minute rush of refugees before the Hungarian – Serbian border was closed down

Monday, May 22, 2017

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The Soros nest once again staged an anti-government protest in Budapest

Demonstrators gathered at the Technical University voicing familiar grievances, but the objective of the protest was to turn up the heat on the government as the next year's general elections are approaching.

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‘Encouraging’: Ivanka & Melania Trump praise Saudi Arabia’s progress on women’s rights

Sunday, May 21, 2017

Ivanka Trump in Riyadh on May 20, 2017. © Mandel Ngan / AFP

First Lady Melania Trump and the US president’s daughter and adviser Ivanka Trump have praised Saudi Arabia for its “encouraging” progress with regards to women’s rights.

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The Soros Network staged a protest at Prime Minister Viktor Orbán's hometown, in Felcsút.

There were more foreign journalists in the crowd than Hungarian demonstrators writes origo.hu.

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Betyársereg scared away extremist liberal sympathizers from staging an anti-Horthy protest in Kálóz

Originally, the Horthy statue was planned to be unveiled in Perkáta, but due to the local government’s backing out of the project in the last minute, the statue was unveiled in the small Fejér county settlement of Kálóz.

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‘No chance of color revolution in Russia’ – security chief

Saturday, May 20, 2017

FILE PHOTO: Participants of the rally in memory of murdered Spartak fan Yegor Sviridov gathered on Manezhnaya Square © Iliya Varlamov / Sputnik

Russian authorities control the situation in the country and will not allow a ‘color revolution’ scenario planned by foreign special services, says Secretary of the Security Council Nikolay Patrushev.

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