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Fearing Migrants, Growing Number Of Germans Move To Hungary
More and more Germans are moving to the Lake Balaton area in Hungary due to their dissatisfaction with the German government’s asylum policy and a fear of migrants, German public service broadcaster Bayerische Rundfunk (BR) said. BR quoted several real estate agents from around the Balaton area as saying that they have noticed a surge in German clients since last September. more »
Xpat Opinion: Russian FM Lavrov’s Visit To Budapest
A left-wing commentator believes Mr Lavrov came to Budapest as part of a Russian endeavour to divide the European Union and NATO, while his pro-government counterpart argues that Hungary has a vested interest in developing trade with Russia. more »
Portik And Hatvani Get 15 Years
The Capital Court of Appeals on Thursday sentenced Tamás Portik and the second defendant, István Hatvani, to 15 years in a penitentiary in the matter of the Prisztás murder. The sentences are binding. more »

Xpat Opinion: Uproar Over First Statement By New Austrian Chancellor On Hungary


Xpat Opinion: Uproar Over First Statement By New Austrian Chancellor On Hungary
A conservative columnist is outraged by a remark attributed to Mr Christian Kern who was quoted to have accused Hungarian PM Viktor Orbán of running a state built on Führerprinzip. Verbatim transcripts show that Mr Kern’s remark was milder than reported. more »

Thousands Of Hungarian Children Reported Missing Last Year


Thousands Of Hungarian Children Reported Missing Last Year
Last year 19,279 minors went missing in Hungary, including 16,429 aged between 14 and 18, and 4,000 have yet to be found, said the organisers of an event marking International Missing Children’s Day on Wednesday, citing police data. more »

Nézőpont: Nearly Four- Fifths Of Hungarians Reject Migrant Quota


Nézőpont: Nearly Four- Fifths Of Hungarians Reject Migrant Quota
Nearly four-fifth of Hungarians reject the "forced settlement of migrants", according to a recent survey by Nézőpont prepared for the weekly Heti Válasz. Meanwhile, the poll also shows that the standing of political parties stagnated in May compared to April. more »



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