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“Brussels Is Preparing A Ruse”, PM Orbán Warns In Speech To Parliament
“Europe needs to wake up,” Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán told lawmakers in a speech focusing on migration. “The crisis will not resolve itself. Naive politics brings trouble,” Orbán said. “Naivety in Brussels is the general state of affairs today, but instead of a showdown, meaningful debates and European unity are necessary alternatives”, he added. more »
Xpat Opinion: The Political Stakes Of Quota Referendum
Analysts across the political spectrum ponder the potential implications of the 2 October migrant quota referendum for Hungarian domestic politics and the European Union. more »
Xpat Opinion: US Ambassador To UN Criticizes Hungarian Government
A pro-government columnist rejects the accusations of state-sponsored anti-Semitism suggested by Samantha Power, the US Ambassador to the UN. A left-wing commentator, on the other hand, thinks that by tolerating racist discourse, the government has endangered good relations with the US. more »

US Ambassador On 9/11: Fight Against Terrorism Unrelenting


US Ambassador On 9/11: Fight Against Terrorism Unrelenting
Colleen Bell, the US ambassador to Hungary, addressing a commemoration held ahead of the anniversary of 9/11, pledged unrelenting commitment to preventing terrorist acts that claim the lives of innocent people in the world. Addressing an event at the Central Museum for Disaster Management in Budapest, Bell spoke of the necessity of remembering the heroes of the September 11 terrorist attack who gave their lives to helping fellow citizens. more »

Portik ‘Supplied Money To Juhász’ From Prison


Portik ‘Supplied Money To Juhász’ From Prison
A former cellmate of Tamás Portik, the one-time head of an oil company involved in illicit deals in the nineties currently serving a 15-year sentence for murder, told commercial TV2 that Portik was supplying opposition Együtt deputy leader Péter Juhász with information and money from prison. more »

Two Hungarians Die In Hotel Ship Accident


Two Hungarians Die In Hotel Ship Accident
Two Hungarian crew members died when their hotel ship crashed into a bridge on the Danube-Rhein-Main Channel in Bavaria early on Sunday. The two men, aged 33 and 49, had been staying at the wheelhouse of the ship, which was completely smashed in the collision. more »



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