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Ninety-One In Hungary-Bound Truck
Romanian border guards prevented 91 people from trying to illegally enter Hungary at the Nagylak-Csanádpalota border station hidden in a Turkish truck, Magyar Hírlap writes. more »
Orbán: Migration, EU Direction Testing Bloc’s Unity
The two issues putting Europe’s unity to the test today are migration and the direction the European Union is headed in, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said at Fidesz’s “national consultation” campaign closing event in Budapest. more »
Kúria Turns Down DK Appeal Concerning Higher Education Law
The Kúria turned down an appeal by the leftist opposition Democratic Coalition (DK) against the National Election Committee’s (NVB) decision to reject the party’s referendum initiative in connection with the higher education law affecting the Central European University (CEU). more »

Anti-Hungarian Hate Speech Have Risen To Alarming Proportions In Romania


Anti-Hungarian Hate Speech Have Risen To Alarming Proportions In Romania
Anti-Hungarian sentiment and hate speech have risen to alarming proportions in recent days in Romania, as social media and news channels have been overflooded with nationalistic messages directed against the Hungarian community by Romanian politicians, journalists, social media influencers and opinion-makers. more »

Population Decline Accelerates In Jan-April 2017


Population Decline Accelerates In Jan-April 2017
Hungary’s population decline accelerated in the first four months in 2017 as the number of births dropped by 1.4 percent on the same period a year ago and the number of deaths went up by 13 percent, the Central Statistical Office said on Friday. more »

Hungary Welcomes Developing Ties With Croatia


Hungary Welcomes Developing Ties With Croatia
Hungary welcomes improving ties with Croatia, heralded by the declaration of intent on enabling reverse gas flows terminal signed by the two foreign ministers on Tuesday, Zsolt Németh, head of parliament’s foreign affairs committee, said after talks with a delegation led by his Croatian counterpart Miro Kovac in Budapest on Friday. more »



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