Hungary

‘not Our Decision’: Viktor Orban’s Government Suggests It Won’t Veto Possible Brexit Delay

As the zero-day for Brexit approaches, many supporters of a no-deal have been hoping that fellow eurosceptics across the continent would help to prevent any extension to the Brexit deadline. But recent comments out of Budapest appear to have poured...
Related topics: Budapest

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Viktor Orbán: Native Population Decline Is The "sickness Of Europe"

Viktor Orbán: Native Population Decline Is The "Sickness Of Europe" Authored by Paul Joseph Watson via Summit News, Hungary’s populist Prime Minister Viktor Orbán says the “sickness of Europe” is the continent’s native...

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Newsletter: U.s. Manufacturers Tied Down By Trade Uncertainty

This is the web version of the WSJ’s newsletter on the economy. You can sign up for daily delivery here. Trade tensions are weighing on U.S. manufacturers, economists don’t trust China’s official data, and Hungary’s anti-immigration...
Related topics: China, Immigration

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Hungary: Muslim Migrant Discovered To Be Islamic State Executioner

They are not dangerous, they are in danger! Refugees welcome! “Hungary charges Syrian accused of beheading, killing for IS,” Reuters, September 3, 2019: BUDAPEST (Reuters) – Hungarian prosecutors said on Tuesday they had charged a...
Related topics: Reuters, Budapest

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Total Garbage: 5 Worst Military Rifles On The Planet

Kyle Mizokami Security, Do you agree with these picks?  The AMD-65 was developed while Hungary was a member of the Warsaw Pact, and differs from the AK-47 in a number of ways. It shortens the sixteen inch barrel of the AK-47 barrel to just...
Related topics: Military, Poland, Warsaw

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We Need To Define America’s New Middle Class

Katica Roy of Pipeline Equity explains how redefining America’s middle class can improve our economy and create equity for all. When my parents emigrated (separately) to the U.S. from Hungary in the late 1950s and 1960s, they both landed in...

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Hungary Ex-pm Recalls Fall Of Iron Curtain: ‘nobody Thought It Would Go So Fast’

When Hungary’s former leader Miklos Nemeth first started poking a hole through the Iron Curtain in 1989, he had no idea how quickly his actions would contribute to the fall of the Berlin Wall and the end of communism in central and eastern...
Related topics: Germany, Berlin

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The Wall Is Working Too Well: Migrants Fail To Scale New Border Wall Section, Head Back To Mexico...

Hungary Has a Wall, Israel Has a Wall, Turkey Has a Wall, Nancy Pelosi’s Backyard Has a Wall… Walls work. But Democrats and Paul Ryan don’t want a wall. In San Diego the Trump administration replaced an old dilapidated wall...
Related topics: World Videos, Israel, Turkey, Nancy Pelosi, Paul Ryan

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Shocking ‘mushroom Cloud’ Forms Over Lake Balaton In Hungary (video)

A giant "atomic bomb" cloud was seen looming over Hungary's Lake Balaton in the village of Alsoors on Friday.
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German, Hungarian Leaders Commemorate '89 Freedom Picnic

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and German Chancellor Angela Merkel are commemorating the 30th anniversary of the "Pan-European Picnic,'' an event on the border of Austria and Hungary considered to have helped lead to the fall of the Berlin...
Related topics: Angela Merkel, Anniversaries, Austria, Germany, Berlin

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George Soros Vows Extra Funding For Central European University In Budapest Despite 'stop Soros' Act

The current Hungarian government and notorious billionaire George Soros have long locked horns due to their opposing views on immigration. Last year, Hungary passed the “Stop Soros” bill, making it harder for refugees to seek asylum in the...
Related topics: George Soros, Budapest

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How Hungary-funded News Sites Helped A False Story Travel All The Way From Slovenia Through Greece...

Diagram depicting the multi-country trek by a story claiming the EU bribed the prime ministers of Greece and North Macedonia. Illustration by Meta.mk News Agency, CC-BY. This story originally appeared on Meta.mk News Agency, a project of...
Related topics: Slovenia, Greece

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Ugly Or Beautiful? The Housing Blocks Communism Left Behind

Zupagrafika's new book captures modernist and brutalist architecture in Germany, Hungary, Poland, Ukraine, and Russia.
Related topics: Germany, Poland, Ukraine, Russia

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Liberty Global Wraps Up Sale Of Four European Businesses To Vodafone For $21b

Liberty Global has wrapped up the sale of operations in Germany, Hungary, Romania and the Czech Republic in a transaction valued at $21.3 billion according to U.S. accounting rules. Net cash proceeds are about $11.3 billion, Liberty Global...
Related topics: Vodafone, Germany, Romania, Czech Republic

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Tucker Carlson Touts Hardline Approach Of Far-right Ethnonationalists To Immigration 

TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): Like most advanced countries, Hungary struggles with a declining birth rate. ... At this rate, unless something changes dramatically, there will be no more Hungarians. The neoliberals who run the European Union and every...

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Hungary Offering $35,000, Lifetime Tax Exemption For Having Lots Of Children

Faced with a declining birth rate and an unwilling to fill population shortfalls with immigrants like some of its European neighbors, Hungary has rolled out a seven-point "Family Protection Action Plan" which showers boatloads of cash, loan...
Related topics: Taxes, Immigration

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Eu Takes Hungary To Court Over Immigration Law

Hungary to face economic sanctions if the top EU court sides with Brussels
Related topics: Belgium, Brussels

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Szijjártó Notes Hungary's 'clear Policy' On Nation's Preservation

"We have a very clear policy," says Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó. "We want to preserve Hungary as a Hungarian country. ... It's a sovereign right of Hungary to decide whom we would like to allow to enter the territory of the...

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Microsoft Agrees To Pay Over $25 Million To Settle Government Bribery Charges

Software giant Microsoft will pay more than $25 million in order to settle charges in the United States after the company has been accused of being part of a scheme that involved bribing government officials in Hungary. As part of the settlement,...
Related topics: Microsoft (MSFT)

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Politicization Of Migrant ‘crisis’ In Hungary Making Them Scapegoats, Independent Un Human...

Expressing deep concern over how migration and migrants themselves are being politicized and scapegoated in Hungary, an independent United Nations human rights expert on Wednesday urged the Government to immediately end its “crisis” approach to...
Related topics: Human Rights

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