18 min ago
Gyula Horn, former Hungarian prime minister, dies
Photo taken on June 27, 1989 on Foreign Ministers Gyula Horn, right, of Hungary and Alois Mock, left, of Austria cutting the barbed wire fence on the Hungarian-Austrian border thus taking part in the destruction of the iron curtain between Hungary and Austria at Fertorakos, Hungary.
4 hrs ago
Hungary exposes huge fake sugar deal, suspected tax fraud
Hungary's tax authority has questioned two men over a fake contract that, if fulfilled, would have involved the sale of nearly half a million tonnes of sugar - more than the country's annual sugar consumption - and a massive tax refund.
8 hrs ago
Need to chill? Step into Budapest's first ice bar where the walls, bar, tables, chairs and even your own personal glass is made of pure ice.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Erie Times News
HUNGARIANS ARRIVE IN ERIE: On a cold December day in 1956, 12 men, eight women and six children arrived in Erie, ready to begin life anew.
Hungary indicts Nazi-era suspect for war crimes
Hungarian prosecutors say they have indicted a 98-year-old former police officer for abusing Jews and assisting in their deportation to Nazi death camps during World War II.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Grapevine research excites Missouri State graduate student
Daniel Pap, however, has accomplished all of this and more. A graduate student from Budapest, Hungary, Pap is working to earn his master of plant science degree from Missouri State University.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
The Star Online
EU lawmaker to Canada asylum seeker: A Roma's long trek
Less than four years ago, Viktoria MohA csi enjoyed the life of an international politician, eating at pricey restaurants in Brussels and winning awards as a human rights activist.
RAK International Airport spreads its wings at Routes events
RAK International Airport has been attracting several European and Russian carriers to fly to the Northern Emirate of Ras Al Khaimah in the United Arab Emirates this year.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
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
Photo Flash: MidAtlantic Opera's Jason C. Tramm Leads Szeged National Symphony in Hungary
Jason C. Tramm, MidAtlantic Opera's Artistic Director travels to Hungary June 12th-16th to lead the Szeged National Symphony and noted Canadian soprano Sharon Azrieli Perez in a recording engagement of French arias.
India Bound Audi A3 Sedan Enters Production in Hungary
German car manufacturer Audi has declared that the highly anticipated 2014 A3 Sedan has entered manufacturing at the Ingolstadt based company's innovative plant in Gyor, Hungary.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
When mighty Danube floods, Europe is shaken
Aerial view of the highway and buildings that were flooded by the river Danube near Deggendorf, southern Germany, Wednesday, June 5, 2013, Heavy rainfalls caused floods in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the Czech Republic and Hungary.
Romani Gypsy Artist Delilah Creates Dance and Pop Inspired Smooth Jazz Album Sweeter Life
Delilah is a Romani Gypsy songstress with a knack for combining jazz, pop, and dance beats to create songs with her own enchanted sound.
The New Zealand Herald
Otago microbiologist leading fight against tuberculosis
University of Otago postdoctoral fellow Dr Ildiko Pecsi , who was born in Hungary, and German-born assistant research fellow Marion Weimar.
Falcon Commences Drilling With Naftna Industrija Srbije JSC ('NIS') in the Mako Trough, Hungary
Drilling of this first well is expected to take approximately 40 days. It is planned to drill into the Algyo Formation, log and suspend the well for further evaluation prior to carrying out an appropriate testing program.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Hungarian minister blasts EU's 'false conclusions' on civil liberties
European Union critics are drawing "false conclusions" about the state of civil liberties and the rule of law in Hungary, the country's European affairs minister says.
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Aerial view of weekend houses flooded by River Danube at the town of Mohacs, some 189 kms south of Budapest, Hungary, Wednesday, June 12, 2013.
World's Tallest Kosher Sandwich 101
How do you make the world's tallest kosher sandwich? The Jewish community in Budapest decided it was high time to find out.
Christian Science Monitor
Hungary under Orban moves to restrict freedom of information
Members of the Hungarian Army and volunteers stack sandbags near the swollen Danube River in Bata, 116 miles south of Budapest, June 11. The peak of the flood moved downstream south of Budapest on Tuesday and is expected to cross the border on Thursday, while 9.7 million sandbags were used and 1,565 people evacuated altogether during the in the ... (more)
MTC overflows with LDS missionaries, moves devotionals to Marriott Center
Missionaries walk to a devotional as the anticipated 2013 "summer surge" settles over the LDS Church's two MTC campuses in Provo.