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Hungary Holocaust march honours Scottish missionary

Apr 14 2019

BUDAPEST Thousands of Hungarians attended the annual March of the Living in Budapest on Sunday to commemorate victims of the Holocaust, including Jane Haining, a Scottish missionary who refused to abandon her Jewish charges during World War Two.

Hungarian pig farmers brace for hard times after swine fever outbreak

Jun 06 2018

ZEBEGENY, Hungary Robert Laczko, who rears Hungary's traditional breed of hairy "mangalica" pigs, prized for their meat, is bracing for tough times.

Uber to suspend operations in Hungary due to govt legislation

Jul 13 2016

BUDAPEST Ride-hailing service Uber will suspend its operations in Hungary due to government legislation that makes it impossible for it to operate, the company said on Wednesday.

Hungarians stage mass rally against Orban's education reforms

Mar 15 2016

BUDAPEST, March 15 More than 10,000 Hungarians protested Prime Minister Viktor Orban's education reforms on Tuesday, in the biggest demonstration against his policies since a 2014 movement that forced him to backtrack on taxing internet use.

Hungarian protesters keep up pressure on government

Jan 03 2015

BUDAPEST Thousands of Hungarians staged an anti-government protest on Friday, maintaining pressure on Prime Minister Viktor Orban's centre-right administration which has lost about a third of its popular support since October.

Hungarian protesters keep up pressure on government

Jan 02 2015

BUDAPEST Thousands of Hungarians staged an anti-government protest on Friday, maintaining pressure on Prime Minister Viktor Orban's centre-right administration which has lost about a third of its popular support since October.

Hungarian protesters keep up pressure on government

Jan 02 2015

BUDAPEST Thousands of Hungarians staged an anti-government protest on Friday, maintaining pressure on Prime Minister Viktor Orban's center-right administration which has lost about a third of its popular support since October.

Hungarians protest against corruption, want tax chief sacked

Nov 09 2014

BUDAPEST Thousands of Hungarians demonstrated against alleged corruption at the country's tax authority and for wider democratic freedoms in Budapest on Sunday in the latest protest to rock the country's politics.

Hungarians protest against corruption, want tax chief sacked

Nov 09 2014

BUDAPEST Thousands of Hungarians demonstrated against alleged corruption at the country's tax authority and for wider democratic freedoms in Budapest on Sunday in the latest protest to rock the country's politics.

Hungarian scholar stumbles on original score of Mozart sonata

Oct 01 2014

BUDAPEST Flipping through a dusty folder of unidentified music scores in Budapest's national library, Hungarian scholar Balazs Mikusi's heart skipped a beat when he came across four pages of the score of a famous Mozart sonata - written down by the composer himself.

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