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Rail Workers Renew Strike Action

"Hungarian railway workers on Monday took renewed strike action after weekend talks aimed at resolving a wage dispute failed. Employees from the Railway Workers Free Trade Union and other unions walked out at 3 am (0200 GMT) for what they said was an indefinite period, mirroring their actions last Friday."
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Opposition Fidesz Remains Popular In Hungary

"Hungary’s main opposition party is by far the most popular political organization in the country, according to a poll by Tarki. 67 per cent of respondents would vote for the Hungarian Citizens Party (Fidesz) in the next legislative ballot, down one point since December."
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Hungary To Host European Champion Greece In May

"Hungary's national eleven is scheduled to host Greece, the reigning European champion, in a friendly game on May 24, football association officials told reporters on Sunday."
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A Celebration Of Hungarian Music

"The Soviet Union's demise had a bracing effect on musical creativity in Hungary, where talent abounds and the hits keep coming-as anyone who's turned an ear eastward already knows. Singer Ági Szalóki straddles genres like no one else in her realm, leader of her own ensemble after woodshedding with the Ökrös Ensemble and Besh o droM."
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Monetary Policy Haze To Keep Investors On The Cautious Side

"The overall market pattern barely changed last Friday with global factors continuing to move domestic prices in Hungary. While the forint retreated to stronger territory below 258 to the euro, yields apparently failed to benefit from the stronger currency side. Budapest Economics said on Monday they expect to see another FX driven session and range-bound trading on the FI market today."
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Fed Cup Results

"Singles Shahar Peer, Israel, def. Dinara Safina, Russia, 0-6, 6-2, 6-2. Maria Sharapova, Russia, def. Tzipi Obziler, Israel, 6-0, 6-4. China 2, France 0 At Beijing International Tennis Center"
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So You Want To Study

"Today we begin a series exploring the different master's courses available - what they include, what they may lead to and how they can be funded. We ask academics, students and graduates for the lowdown. First up, film studies."
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Hungary Wins COTY People's Choice Award

"In the public's eyes, Hungary has created the Coin of the Year. This year for the first time a COTY People's Choice Award was selected by more than 100,000 coin enthusiasts worldwide who voted online at The award goes to the Hungarian Mint for its copper-nickel 50-forint that commemorates the 50th anniversary of the 1956 Hungarian revolution. It is KM-789."
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Youth Olympics Would Be Like Xmas In August

"Only two of the original nine candidates would be judged incapable of hosting a summer Olympic Games and they were Poznan (Poland) and Debrecen (Hungary)."
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Budapest Spring Festival Set To Delight the Senses

"The Budapest Spring Festival is shaping up to be the must-visit destination to welcome in the new Jetsetting year. Running from the 14th to the 30th March, Hungary's annual celebration and largest cultural gathering boasts over 200 events and performances."
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Read With Me: A Tale from Hungary

"Once upon a time a pig lived in the great forest. She looked after herself very well, caring for her cottage and fetching water from a nearby stream. She collected twigs and branches, and with these she kept a fire blazing all winter long."
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Recipe Of The Week: Bolas - Hungarian Sweet Rolls

"In a small bowl, stir yeast into warm water and set aside. Warm milk and pour over sugar, butter and salt in large bowl; cool to lukewarm."
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48 Hours In: Budapest

"The majestic (but rarely blue) Danube is the focal point, dividing the city into two contrasting parts, Buda and Pest, which were administratively separate cities until 1873. Buda, to the west, is hilly, ancient and best for sightseeing; Pest, sprawling away from the east bank, is larger, more commercial, and flat. The city's three Metro lines intersect at Deak Square (1) in Pest, from where the great 19th-century boulevards fan out."
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Honda Creates 'Brand Ambassadors' With Global Learning

"Global Learning Infrastructure and solutions specialist CERTPOINT has signed a deal with Honda Motor Europe (HME) to improve business efficiency with the introduction of a comprehensive knowledge sharing and learning programme designed to create brand ambassadors".
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Raiffeisen Plans EUR 150 m Real Estate Project In Budapest

"Austrian real estate company Raiffeisen evolution is planning to embark on a project with an estimated worth of over EUR 150 million in Budapest, near the recently opened Arena Plaza, Hungarian business daily Világgazdaság has reported."
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