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Slovak Driver Who Killed 4 In Hungary Sentenced To 6 Years
The district court of Gödöllő, acting as a primary court, sentenced Slovak national Eva R. to six years in prison for drunk driving causing the death of four people, in a non-binding ruling on Friday. Eva R. could be released on certain conditions but not before she serves at least two thirds of her term. Eva R. has been acquitted of dangerous-driving charges. more »

Hungary’s PM Remains Committed To Single Digit Personal Income Tax


Hungary’s PM Remains Committed To Single Digit Personal Income Tax
Hungary’s flat-rate personal income tax can hopefully be reduced from the current level of 16 percent to single digits within three years, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said at a business forum organised by the Japan Business Federation (Keidanred) and the Hungarian Investment and Trade Agency (HITA) in Japan on Friday. more »

116-Kg WWII Bomb Found In Budapest


116-Kg WWII Bomb Found In Budapest
The main building of the capital’s St István-St László Hospitals was emptied and patients transferred to other departments on Thursday afternoon after a 116-kg WWII bomb was found near the facility near the city centre, the institute running the hospital complex told MTI. About 1,000 residents were evacuated from 500 homes. more »

XVII International NATO Conference In Budapest


XVII International NATO Conference In Budapest
The XVII International NATO Conference was held in Budapest on 21 November 2013. Deputy Secretary-General of NATO Alexander Vershbow gave a courtesy visit to Hungarian Minister of Defence Csaba Hende before speaking at the conference and the parties discussed the preparation for next year’s NATO Summit, which will be held in Newport, South Wales. The issues of Smart Defence, the future of the alliance’s mission in Afghanistan and the involvement of the Hungarian army in other NATO-led missions were also discussed. The Minister emphasised the importance of NATO's open doors policy and the future enlargement of the alliance. more »
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