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The brother of legendary rebel leader Gergely Pongrátz criticized Jobbik President Gábor Vona

Tuesday, December 12, 2017


András Pongrátz, the brother of legendary rebel leader of the 1956 uprising Gergely Pongrátz criticized Jobbik President Gábor Vona for flirting with the liberal opposition and former communists in order to win next year's general election; earlier, Vona hinted that an election coalition with some of the anti-Hungarian forces (LMP, Momentum) is not out of the question.

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‘Almost a war zone’: Riots and burnt cars in Stockholm migrant district

Monday, December 11, 2017

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Fidesz has massive electoral support 4 months before the general elections - the opposition parties are collapsing


Four months before the general elections, Fidesz popularity is soaring, according to a survey by Republikon Institute - opposition parties support are unchanged or decreasing.

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Coptic Diocese founded in Hungary


The establishment of the diocese in Budapest is an important moment in the lives of both Coptic Christians and Hungarians said Priest Khalil Yousef at a press conference on Saturday.

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Israeli politician: Left-wing Jews want to come to power by joining forces with the Jobbik party


According to a member of the Israeli government, left-wing Jews in Hungary want to come to power by joining forces with "anti-Semitic right wing" parties.

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The current debate within the EU touches on the issue of freedom

Friday, December 8, 2017


In an interview broadcast on Echo TV’s Thursday evening current affairs programme, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that “The current debate within the EU touches on the issue of freedom, and is about whether it should be mandatory for everyone to become an immigrant country, or if in the future Member States have the sovereign right to reject this”.

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Visuals of the new Etnographic Museum revealed


The new Ethnographic Museum will be constructed at the "fifty-six" square near "Városliget". The construction of the "Napur Architect Agency" designed museum building will start this year. MTI Photo: Városliget Zrt.

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Hungary asked for the deployment of OSCE observers in Transcarpathia

Thursday, December 7, 2017


Hungary asked for the permanent deployment of OSCE observers in Transcarpathia, said Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó on Thursday in Vienna.

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László Toroczkai could be the next president of Jobbik


Ervin Nagy, one of the founders of Jobbik, gave an interview to "Figyelő", where he talked about Jobbik's original objectives, Vona's personality, and what voters can expect if Jobbik loses next year's general election.

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The plan of the new National Skating Center revealed

Wednesday, December 6, 2017


The news was announced by Lajos Kósa, Minister without portfolio, and the Hungarian National Skating Association at a press-conference on Tuesday.

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Asotthalom Mayor László Toroczkai vigorously defending MEP Krisztina Morvai's position on Jobbik

Tuesday, December 5, 2017


I called Krisztina Morvai this morning and we talked for a long time. There are conversations that can't be saved.

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Turkish folk dance group asked for asylum in Hungary


A whole Turkish folk dance group has applied for asylum in Hungary - the Turkish press reported. On Tuesday, several Turkish sources reported that a 16-member folk dance group from Ankara arrived in Hungary at the beginning of November to participate in a festival held between November 5 to 10 in Budapest. But only 5 dancers returned to Turkey, 11 remained in Hungary and applied for asylum.

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Red Cross Demands Branches Remove Crucifixes to Be More Secular

Monday, December 4, 2017


by CHRIS TOMLINSON
4 Dec 2017


Volunteers have criticised the Red Cross charity after receiving a communication telling them to remove crucifixes from the walls of their branches as the organisation looks to become more secular.

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Kayaker Katalin Kovács inducted into the Hall of Immortal Hungarian Athletes


Three-time Olympic Champion and thirty-one-time World Champion Kayaker Katalin Kovács was officially inducted in the Hall of Immortal Hungarian Athletes on Thursday.

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Facing the Inevitable: the Full-Throttle Islamization of Europe


Given the refugee crisis and the steady increase in the Muslim population, the EU is likely to face three scenarios that will determine its future, RIA Novosti contributor Igor Gashkov writes, adding that none of them could prevent inevitable ethnic, cultural and religious changes on the Old Continent.

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