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Tainted kebab meat found in Hungary

Tainted kebab meat originating from Poland has also found its way to Hungary via Slovenia, Slovenian news portal Večer reports.

Hungarian think-tank points out Freedom House report errors

Hungarian think-tank Center for Fundamental Rights has highlighted in ten points the most obvious errors of a recent Freedom House report.

Soros has buried his friends in the European Union

Now that the European Union is at the edge of a precipice, the pretend philantropist is burying former friends with his own hands, Magyar Nemzet columnist Árpád Nagy writes.

5G mobile network rekindles radiation fears

As Hungarian mobile operators begin the construction of 5G networks - and most importantly, new base stations popularly known as "antennas" - potential health risks of electromagnetic radiation are also making a return.

Hungarians outraged by Opel ad mocking Budapest potholes

Some Hungarians have found Opel's latest ad prominently featuring the potholes of Budapest offensive, driving portal vezess.hu reports.

EPP supports Kövesi's bid for European Chief Prosecutor

The largest parliamentary faction of the European Parliament, the European People's Party (EPP) supports the candidature of Romanian lawyer Laura Codru?a Kövesi (pictured above) as the new head of the European Public Prosecutor's Office (EPPO), in effect the chief prosecutor of the EU.

Andy Vajna’s widow posts video of funeral

Timea Vajna, the widow of late Hungarian film producer Andy Vajna, posted a five-minute video of her husband’s funeral on social media.

Hungary ready for unregulated Brexit

Hungary is not among the countries particularly exposed to the drawbacks of an unregulated Brexit, Gergely Gulyás, Minister in charge of the Prime Minister’s office, said.

Hungarian scientists' new approach to AI research

Hungarian researchers at the Wigner Physics Research Center are using mathematical models to better understand the thought processes behind real-life phenomena such as how biological organisms interpret the world surrounding them.

Eurozone financing cannot supersede long-term EU interests

The financing of the Eurozone cannot surpass the long-term interests of the European Union, Hungarian Finance Minister Mihály Varga said in Brussels at an extended meeting of the Eurogroup, the finance ministers of the Eurozone.

Restoring national pride and Pompeo's visit

The recent visit of Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to Budapest is evidence enough that Hungary is on the right path when conducting a more assertive foreign policy, Magyar Nemzet columnist Levente Sitkei writes.

WJC worried about far-right in Hungary

World Jewish Congress (WJC) President Ronald Lauder is worried about Hungarian opposition parties willingness to ally themselves with the far-right Jobbik party.

Hungarian team performs breakthrough ovarian tissue transplant

A team of doctors from the Budapest Versys Clinic successfully performed ovarian tissue transplants on three patients, news portal Origo reports.

Secretary of State Pompeo coming to Budapest next week

U.S. Secretary of State will visit Budapest next week as part of his European tour, National Security Advisor John Bolton said in a tweet.

The united voice of the Visegrad chorus

Unlike Western Europe, the Visegrad group has managed to reach a consensus on critical matters, Magyar Nemzet columnist László Szőcs writes looking at Thursday's Bratislava summit.

Hungary regional leader in EU fund usage

Hungary has the best ratio of using European Union funds in the region, State Minister for EU development policy told Magyar Nemzet in an interview.

Orbán heads to Visegrad Group-Merkel meeting in Bratislava

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán will today attend the Visegrad Group heads of state summit along with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, his press secretary Bertalan Havasi said.

Renaissance codices exhibition ends with rare show

The exhibition gathering the largest collection of medieval codices ever assembled in Hungary will close this week and book lovers were treated to a rare sight on the occasion: one of the curators of the exhibition took out two precious manuscripts from their display cases and visitors could actually witness her leafing through them.