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The Making Of An Anti-semitic Myth

Even at the beginning of the twenty-first century, the old anti-Semitic specter of the Jew as a financial international manipulator and money-grubber persists, from Moscow and Budapest to Des Moines, Iowa. Hungary’s neo-authoritarian...
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Isis Commander Arrested In Hungary Held Refugee Passport Enabling Unrestricted Air Travel

BUDAPEST, Hungary – The alleged ISIS commander charged here last week with taking part in 20 beheadings obtained a special refugee passport in Greece that gave him air travel access to much of Europe, according to Gyorgy Bakondi, a senior advisor...
Related topics: Isis, Hungary, Greece

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Scholar On Fidesz Pausing Its Membership In Epp: It Has 'very Political Nature'

On Wednesday the European People’s Party, the largest group in the European Parliament, voted to suspend the Hungarian ruling party Fidesz. Sputnik spoke to Miklos Szantho, Director of the Budapest-based Center for Fundamental Rights, and asked...
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Un’s Plan To Offshore Back-office Jobs Is Probably A Waste Of Money

By Ian RichardsUNITED NATIONS, Mar 20 2019 (IPS) A $64 million plan to move 750 back office jobs from the UN’s main duty stations to four new centralized service centres in Budapest, Montreal, Nairobi and Shenzhen, could end up being a waste of...
Related topics: Hungary, Canada, Montreal

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Orban: We Don't Want To Change Position On Migration, Christian Culture

Earlier, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's Fidesz Party came very close to being expelled from the European Parliament after Budapest's anti-migration campaign.
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Hungarian Court Approves Extradition For Football Leaks Hacker

Budapest (AFP) – A Hungarian court approved the extradition Tuesday of a hacker linked to the Football Leaks website that has exposed alleged corruption, sparking investigations in several European countries. Rui Pinto, 30,...
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Analysts Predict Eu Parl’t To ‘veer To The Right’ Amid Budapest-brussels Spat

BRUSSELS (Sputnik) - Fidesz, the party of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, may be expelled from the European People's Party (EPP) group in the EU Parliament after Budapest clashed with Brussels over migration.
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Expert: Hungary Tries To Defend National Sovereignty From Brussels' Interference

Hungary is at risk of being ousted from the European People’s Party after clashing with European Commission President Jean Claude Juncker on immigration policy. Sputnik asked Miklos Szantho, the director of the Budapest-based Centre for...
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Swedish-hungarian War Of Words Escalates As Minister Called 'sick Creature'

Sweden and Hungary have been embroiled in a bitter quarrel after a Swedish cabinet minister made a controversial comparison between Budapest's pro-family policy and that of Nazi Germany.
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School’s Out Forever

My university’s new campus is currently being set up in an old state hospital on the outskirts of Vienna. Budapest-based Central European University bought the old building a few months ago as a fail-safe in case the Hungarian government succeeded...
Related topics: Austria, Vienna, Hungary

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Us Wants Poland To Loosen Ties With China, Iran In Exchange For Bases - Reports

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived in Budapest on Monday, kicking off a multi-leg tour of Central Europe in a bid to cement US partnerships in the region against other major powers, including Russia and China.
Related topics: Poland, China, Iran, Mike Pompeo, Hungary, Russia

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Pompeo Visits Hungary To Raise Concerns About China, Russia

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is in Hungary on the first leg of a three-nation European tour on which he'll raise concerns about China and Russia's growing influence in Central Europe. Pompeo is to meet in Budapest on Monday with Hungary's...
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Belgian Justice Seeks Access To ‘football Leaks’ Documents

Brussels (AFP) – Belgian justice wants access to documents on alleged corruption in football acquired by Portuguese hacker Rui Pinto who is under arrest in Budapest, the prosecutor’s office said on Monday. “We confirm the interest...
Related topics: Belgium, Brussels, Hackers, Hungary

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Hungarian Firefighters Use An Inflatable Slide To Rescue A Dog Who Was Stranded In Middle Of A...

On the first of January 2019, firefighters from Budapest were called out to the city of Pécs to help rescue a frightened dog from the middle of the frozen Lake Csunya. Two of the firemen very carefully crawled out onto the ice while holding onto an...
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Hungarians Stage Nightly Protests Against New Court System And So-called ‘slavery Law’

Protest in front of the Hungarian Parliament in Budapest on December 13, 2018. Photo by Atlatszo.hu / Márk Tremmel, CC BY-NC-SA 2.5. This article is based on the story “Hungarians protest against the government in front of Parliament every...
Related topics: Protests, Hungary, World Photos

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Hungarian Workers Protest New 'slave Law' With Smoke Grenades During Fourth Day Of Demonstrations

Thousands of Hungarians have taken to the streets of Budapest over the past four days, protesting new labor legislation that critics have dubbed the "slave law." Demonstrators hurled smoke grenades at police on Sunday, as labor groups and political...
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Opposition Mps In Hungary Ejected From State Broadcaster

Security forces physically ejected Hungarian opposition lawmakers from the headquarters of the Hungarian state broadcaster MTVA in Budapest in the early hours of Monday morning. In a video posted on opposition lawmaker Bernadett Szel's Facebook...
Related topics: Hungary, World Videos, Facebook, Social Media

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Hungary Sees Another Day Of Anti-government Protests

Several thousand protesters have marched peacefully through Budapest for a fourth day to oppose laws introduced by the Hungarian government that critics say will restrict workers' rights. The protesters chanted anti-government slogans and braved...
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Ukraine Can Create Its Own Nukes, Former Envoy To Nato Claims

On December 5, 1994, the leaders of Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Belarus, the US and the UK signed the Budapest Memorandum on Security Assurances, which obliged Kiev to give up nuclear weapons. It was followed by the process of Ukraine entering...
Related topics: Ukraine, Nato, Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, United Kingdom, Hungary, Kiev

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'slave Law' Overtime Rules Send Hungarian Workers Into The Street In Protest

On Saturday, Hungarian trade unions protested a change in the country's labor code in Budapest, increasing a workers’ allowable overtime from 250 to 400 hours a year in a move union leaders have dubbed as a “slave law.”
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