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Hungary charges Nazi police chief suspect Laszlo Csatary with war crimes
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9 hrs ago
Adriatic Mototours Update: Part One-Loose in the East
I am currently starting Day 5 of a 14-day Czech-Hungary tour with Adriatic Mototours.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Best's Briefing: Early Flooding Analysis Shows European Insurers Well Positioned
A.M. Best Co. has been analysing the impact of the heavy rain and subsequent flooding throughout Central Europe.
ECHR rejects challenges to Slovakia's citizenship law
OVER THE past three years Slovakia and Hungary have not been able to resolve a dispute over citizenship rights that, along with other issues, has been causing political as well as practical problems in the two countries' relationship.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
All About Jazz
PERFORMANCE/TOUR: The Grandmothers of Invention Featuring Legendary...
Los Angeles, CA - Having just completed a month long European tour of performances in the CZECH REPUBLIC, HUNGARY, SLOVAKIA, AUSTRIA, GERMANY, HOLLAND, SWITZERLAND, the GrandMothers Of Invention, featuring legendary Frank Zappa Alumni Napoleon Murphy Brock and special guest artist Don Preston, once again will tour America.
The Winnipeg Free Press
At left, the statue of St. Stephen, Hungaryi 1 2s first king, stands guard in front of Gellert Bath on the Buda bank of the Danube.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
New bridge opening on River Danube
A long-awaited new road and railway bridge across the River Danube is opening with great ceremony between Vidin, Bulgaria, and Calafat, Romania.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Slovakia will voice agreement to Romania joining Schengen area
Prime Minister Victor Ponta and his Slovakian counterpart Robert Fico pleaded, on Tuesday, in a joint press conference in Bratislava, for strengthening the economic relations, and agreed to organize a business forum to which investors interested in particular in the fields of agriculture and industry will be invited.
Yuri Dojc exhibits in Kosice synagogue
KOA ICE, the city that has become the 2013 European Capital of Culture , was known for its multiculturalism and wide range of ethnic, social and cultural influences for centuries.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Deadly floods bear down on Germany
Berlin - Deadly floods forging a path of devastation through central Europe for more than a week bore down on northern Germany on Tuesday as troops raced to bolster sodden dykes.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
European flooding: Budapest defenses hold, more evacuations in Germany
Record flooding in Germany and Hungary forced more residents from their homes over the weekend, but the Hungarian capital of Budapest survived the worst of the flooding without major damage.
31,000 evacuated in Germany after dam on River Elbe breaks, as...
Germany evacuates 31,000 after dam on River Elbe breaks, as thousands of Hungarians help army lay a million sandbags as swollen Danube hits Budapest Tens of thousands of people have been forced to leave their homes as the River Elbe burst through a dam and flooded parts of eastern Germany.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Crews battle European floods
More than 80,000 emergency personnel including firefighters and soldiers were on duty Saturday, working aggressively to contain the most dramatic floods in Germany in a decade.
Arutz Sheva Israel News
Rav E. MelamedThe True Followers of the Chatam Sofer
The writer is Head of Yeshivat Har Bracha and a prolific author on Jewish Law, whose works include the series on Jewish law "Pininei Halacha" and a popular weekly column "Revivim" in the Besheva newspaper.
Sat Jun 08, 2013
Floods in central Europe continue to create havoc
Aerial view of the floods of River Danube at Venek, 135 kms west of Budapest, Hungary, Friday, June 7, 2013.
The Straits Times
Hungary begins evacuations as flood waters surge toward Budapest
A ship station is seen in the flood water of River Danube near the embankment of Buda side of Budapest on June 7, 2013.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Budapest prepares for floods as Danube waters rise
A medical helicopter crashed in the parking lot of an elementary school eastern Kentucky, killing all three crewmembers aboard.
Hungarians unite as 'worst-ever' floods threaten Budapest
Hungarians are setting aside their differences in a race against time to defend their historic capital Budapest and other areas from what the prime minister predicted will be the "worst floods of all time".
Hungary set for 'worst ever' floods
Hungarians have been warned to prepare for their country's worst floods ever as the Danube is set to reach record levels this weekend.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
Danube reaches record level
PERHAPS the last time the Danube River received this much media attention was in 2002, when it flooded several sections of the south-west region of Slovakia, causing massive damage.