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Ruling Fidesz Group Leader Rejects Allegations Of Police Violence Against Migrants
Ruling Fidesz group leader Lajos Kósa on Tuesday dismissed reports on alleged assaults by police against migrants along Hungary’s southern borders, and labelled those reports as “baseless” and “lies”. more »
Strasbourg Court Bans Hungary From Confining Eight Migrants
The European Court of Human Rights has banned Hungarian authorities from transferring eight teenagers and a pregnant woman from a refugee asylum near Budapest to the transit zone along the Hungary-Serbia border “to be detained”, the Hungarian Helsinki Committee reported on Tuesday. more »
Statement From Michael Ignatieff, Rector Of Central European University In Response To Hungarian Government Threats To Close CEU
CEU is demanding an immediate correction to falsehoods about our institution published this afternoon by origo.hu. The claim that we do not have program accreditation is entirely false. The claim that we have failed to meet our obligations regarding data to official public registry is also false. more »

Igazi Csíki Sör Changes Brand Name


Igazi Csíki Sör Changes Brand Name
As part of the agreement with global brewery Heineken, Romania’s Lixid Project brewery is changing its brand name from Igazi Csíki Sör (original Ciuc county beer) to Csíki Sör (Ciuc county beer), head of the company András Lénárd confirmed. more »

Heineken Bill On Hold For Six Months


Heineken Bill On Hold For Six Months
The anti-Heineken bill on banning the commercial use of totalitarian symbols will not be withdrawn, despite the Dutch company’s resolution of its conflict with a ethnic Hungarian brewery, Prime Minister’s Office leader János Lázár said yesterday. more »

Hungarian Police Bust Illegal Taiwanese Gambling House In Budapest


Hungarian Police Bust Illegal Taiwanese Gambling House In Budapest
Yesterday afternoon, Hungarian police, responding to a call from a neighbor that someone was in need of help, arrived at a house in Budapest’s 2nd District. Upon arrival, they found a number of Taiwanese men and women who were being held there against their will. more »



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