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 The Hungarian uprising The Hungarian uprising by The Ovi Team
October 23rd 1956; thousands of Hungarians erupt in protest against the Soviet presence in their nation and are met with armed resistance. Organized demonstrations by Hungarian citizens had been ongoing since June 1956, when signs of political
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 Europe dies in HungaryEurope dies in Hungary by Thanos Kalamidas
 Are we witnessing resurrection of fascism in Hungary?Are we witnessing resurrection of fascism in Hungary? by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
 Hungary Deserves Our AttentionHungary Deserves Our Attention by Prof. Michael R. Czinkota
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 Hungary slips but Europe still focuses on Austerity.Hungary slips but Europe still focuses on Austerity. by Christos Mouzeviris
For the past few years Europe is focusing on its economic crisis. Countries like Greece, Ireland, Portugal and others that received a bail-out package from the EU/IMF, as well as those that might need the same measures in the future are always
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Hungary government to curb powers of constitutional court Hungary's government is set to curb the powers of the country's constitutional court, after the body thwarted plans to introduce a con
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Hungary’s credit default swaps rise to highest in five weeksHungary’s cost to insure debt with credit-default swaps rose to the highest in five weeks as a dispute between U.S. political
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Hungary inflation rate rises to 4-year high amid rate clashHungarian inflation, the fastest in the European Union, accelerated in September to the quickest in more than four years as central bankers
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Hungarian rate-setters say it’s time to support growthThe Hungarian central bank’s August’s rate-setting meeting not only brought a surprise rate cut, but also sparked a shift in a
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Hungarians oppose Orban’s planned electoral changesAn overwhelming majority of Hungarians oppose changes proposed by Prime Minister Viktor Orban to the way voters are registered for elections,
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Hungary’s ‘outlandish’ policies threaten IMF dealHungarian government measures to address the country’s deteriorating economy and the Cabinet’s slumping popularity resu
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Hungary hopes for IMF deal in the summerHungary could see its currency stabilize and its assets strengthen even before autumn starts, a senior economy ministry official said in an interview, adding
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Hungary remains far from inking a credit deal with the IMF/EU - LubinThe main benefit of a credit deal with the IMF/EU for Hungary would absolutely be the reduction in the risk premium, but an agreement is still a long way awa
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Foreign Minister hopes for IMF talks to start in MarchHungary's foreign minister says he hopes formal negotiations with the International Monetary Fund on financial assistance for his country can start before the end of Ma
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Hungary PM backs down, seeks fast aid dealHungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban gave the first concrete evidence on Friday that he is backing down in a dispute with the European Union, aiming to free up talks on aid needed to
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Hungary may have to bow to IMF conditions to access financial assistanceHungary’s government may have to reverse its position on ruling out International Monetary Fund conditions in exchange for financial aid, according
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EU urged to probe Hungary mortgage moveForeign banks and governments are warning that Hungarian moves to help holders of Swiss franc mortgages amount to “expropriation” that could damage the country’s banking
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Jobless rate unchanged 10.8%Hungary's average unemployment rate was 10.8% in the 15-74 age groups in May-July 2011, unchanged from 10.8% in April-June and down from 11.0% in May-July 2010, the Central Statistics Office (KS
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Rate unchanged as debt turmoil roils currencyHungarian policy makers will probably leave the benchmark interest rate unchanged for a sixth month as the sovereign debt crisis weakens the forint and increases the country's c
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Hungary PM to announce world record state debt cut todayHungary’s Prime Minister, Viktor Orbán, is to make a statement today expectedly at 14:00 CET, the PM’s office said in an email. Orbán told public ra
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Hungary to ban use of foreign license platesThere's a little plague going on in Eastern Europe, one that causes a lot of trouble for the drivers in countries like Romania or Hungary. That little plague is simply called a t
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EC questions about media law technical, says government officialThe European Commission's questions to the Hungarian government concerning the new media law are "of a technical nature" rather than about the freed
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Opposition targets Viktor OrbanHungary's opposition struck back at a disputed media law Wednesday, by filing a complaint against a friend of Premier Viktor Orban for what it claims were hateful comments in a recent article
 Big brother Viktor Orban and the morons Hungarians Big brother Viktor Orban and the morons Hungarians by Thanos Kalamidas
The first act of every Machiavellian regime is to control the press and information and turn into crime criticism. It happened for nearly a century in USSR; it happened in Nazi Germany, it happens in China, it happens in Zimbabwe and North Korea i
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Central bank raises key interest rateHungary's central bank raised its main interest rate from an annual 5.25 percent to 5.50 percent on Monday because of expectations of higher inflation. The bank now expects inflation to
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Residents of Hungarian Kolontar village return homeHundreds of residents of the village of Kolontar in Hungary started returning to their homes after being evacuated over the toxic burst at the local aluminium production plant
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Hungarian PM reiterates intention to break with IMF when contract expiresGetting free of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) will be a step towards national self-determination, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said. Ret
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MSZP could drop candidateIn February the Budapest the Socialists appeared to have already chosen their Budapest mayoral candidate for the local government elections in autumn: Csaba Horváth was then the party’s choi
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Head of Military University in Budapest ArrestedPolice detained the head of the National Defence University on Tuesday, on suspicion of abuse of office, following a months-long investigation. There was a scuffle as Szabó
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Hungarians Disgruntled, New Survey Finds    "According to the latest survey of Eurobarometer, Hungarians are, after Bulgarians, the second least satisfied nationality in the EU-27 as regards their own lives
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Hungary C.Bank Can Cut Rates Further, Elections May Cause A Pause“Hungary's central bank (NBH) remains firmly in easing mode but the pace of rate cuts is likely to be slower and the bank may even take a pause in its
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Government members get new flu shot Ministers who had not been inoculated against the deadly A/H1N1 virus received the vaccine in the presence of the media on Wednesday. Prime Minister Gordon Bajnai was inoculated on Tuesday.
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Hungary 20th in Euro Health Rankings"Hungary has slipped from 14th to 20th place in the European health care system rankings, according to the European health care consumer index. The current Hungarian treatment result
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Budapest airport’s losesBudapest Airport, the operator of Hungary’s Ferihegy International Airport, posted a loss of some HUF five billion in 2007, nearly the double of the 2006 negative result, Portfolio Hungary reported o
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Hungarians regret Irish 'No' Hungary, which became the first European Union country to ratify the Lisbon Treaty on EU reforms, has said that it "regrets" the f
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Coalition is 'at risk'"If reforms are not proceeding, there is no point left for the SzDSz to remain within the government coalition," Alliance of Free Democrats (SzDSz) president János Kóka said. The ultima
 
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