Foreign minister implicated in large-scale fraud
The foreign minister of the Comoro Islands, who has dual nationality, have been unlawfully receiving social benefits for years. He is now being prosecuted for fraud. A right-wing French politician is calling for tough action and sanctions.
Britain needs to build 250 thousand more houses just for immigrants
British economy faces an almost impossible situation. An increasing number of immigrants would like to settle in the country, but there are not enough flats for them, and the price of the existing ones is rather high due to the shortage. Now the construction industry should be boosted, but the sector has not fully recovered from the coronavirus crisis.
Children can easily access dangerous content
Statistics reveal that accessing dangerous and pornographic content, including hardcore self-mutilation videos, is ever-easier for minors.
Crime committed by migrants jumps by 200 per cent
A growing number of settlements are forced to establish reception centers because it is simply impossible to accommodate the large masses of migrants arriving in Austria. Criminal offences perpetrated by people staying in asylum centres increased by two hundred per cent in one federal state.
Avian influenza rages in France
Nearly 1 million poultry had to be slaughtered in just a few weeks. Livestock farmers are worried as their livelihoods could be at risk if the situation does not improve.
90 million Americans struggle to make ends meet
An increasing number of people in the US have difficulties with covering everyday expenses, and more and more of them are living on loans. The credit card debt of the citizenry have risen to record levels and people are leaving the country in droves.
Interior minister fears reappearance of terrorist attacks
During his visit to the US, Gerald Darmanin called for increased exchange of intelligence between French and US counterterrorism agencies.
Ukrainian-Hungarian relations are better than they seem, says former ambassador
Istvan Ijgyarto was appointed to head the Hungarian embassy in Kyiv in a tense situation in 2018: war was raging in the eastern part of Ukraine and bilateral relations deteriorated due to laws that violate the rights of the ethnic Hungarian community. The diplomat was well aware of both challenges, as he was previously ambassador in Moscow and he comes from Transcarpathia. He came to face even more difficult circumstances when Russia invaded Ukraine in February 2022. How did he experience the outbreak of the war? Was fleeing the country an option that was considered? What is the Ukrainians' problem with ethnic Hungarians? Will there be a meeting between Viktor Orban and Volodymyr Zelensky?
Ukrainian soldiers only extras in Zelensky's show
The communication warfare after the damage caused to a US Patriot air defence system is further proof that the war is really going on between the United States and Russia. The conflict has turned Ukraine a giant weapons lab, where civilian lives do not matter, and soldiers are only extras in the US-Russian reality show, with Zelensky playing the lead.
Why does EC president incite non-EU entity against EU member state?
The head of the Ukrainian oil pipeline network company was essentially advised by Ursula von der Leyen to blackmail Hungary by shutting off the Friendship oil pipeline according to reports. The European Commission refused to comment to V4NA on the Ukrainian president's plans to blow up the pipeline. Curiously, however, when the Nord Stream pipeline was blown up, the Commission president promised tough action against the perpetrators. Brussels cannot seem to get rid of its double standards.
Sachs calls PM Orban only leader with realistic view of Ukraine's situation
World-renowned economist Jeffrey Sachs has said PM Orban is the only European leaser who understands that this war was unnecessary, it is provoked by NATO enlargement, and as long as the war continues, it is a tragedy and dead-end for Ukraine. He added that unlike the other European leaders, PM Orban recognises that Russia will not accept defeat on the battlefield, at least not without escalating to nuclear war.
Sexual violence and abuse in hospitals
Dozens of rapes and sexual assaults happen weekly in UK hospitals, according to a recent report. Official data reveal a shocking number of abuses: 6,500 reported attacks in hospitals in just three years. Hospitals in Germany and France are also struggling with violence – albeit for different reasons.
"How is it possible that Ukraine is plotting against a NATO country?"
According to leaked US intelligence documents, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky had plans to attack infrastructure that is of critical importance to a European Union and NATO member state. As a few days ago, the European Commission President claimed she had „no knowledge” about this, V4NA sent a letter to her, the Presidents of the European Council and the European Parliament, the Secretary General of NATO and the Secretary General of the UN, asking them to comment on the issue.
Trans women can be moms too, according to liberals
Trans activists were not idle on the second Sunday of May when America observes Mother's Day, with several of them claiming that trans women can also be mothers, and consequently, Parents' Day should be celebrated in the spirit of inclusion.
Massive battery factory to be built in France – video
This will be the Taiwanese company's first plant in Europe. French President Emmanuel Macron has expressed his hope that it will provide a much-needed boost to the region's industrial sector. Thus far, the project has not been met with any opposition from either the public or opposition politicians.
Parents' Day to come, erasing Mother's Day
Yet another attempt has been made to ditch the words 'mother' and 'father'.
Schoolchildren's performance on the decline in Western Europe
An increasing number of studies are highlighting the fact that students are achieving poorer and poorer results every year in school. Among the weakest subjects are mathematics and German language.
France faces highest fuel prices in euro area – video
France is the only EU state where the price of petrol continues to rise. According to one consumer protection association, price increases are due to high profit margins, but the strikes staged at biofuel and oil refineries may also have driven up prices. The minister in charge of energy transition called on fuel suppliers to cut prices as soon as possible.
Anti-Semitism takes on huge dimensions
The number of anti-Semitic crimes has increased on a dramatic scale in Western Europe and overseas. In many places, decision-makers are powerless, while in other places there is a lack of intention to tackle the problem.
FBI warns Serbia about bomb-making minor
New threats are keeping Serbia on edge. After last week's shootings, police are now detaining those who are threatening to commit murders in the country. Meanwhile, the Interior Ministry is collecting illegally held weapons from the population. The police are collecting illegally held guns, ammunition, bombs and grenades.
Quarter of Italians consider their living environment unsafe
Many people do not feel safe around their homes, a recent survey suggests.
Library plans drag queen programme to indoctrinate children
A library in Germany has invited drag queens to perform for four-year-old children. Christian Social politicians would call off the event, but the Greens say such an act would be an example of "cancel culture."
Deadliest school massacres in history
Dark spots in history are the incidents when innocent children and young people died in school killings.
Serbs have vivid memories of NATO bombings
More than two decades have passed since NATO bombed Yugoslavia. The country has since fallen apart, Montenegro and Serbia became independent countries, and Kosovo unilaterally declared its independence. People, however, do not forget, and they are seeking answers as to why the innocent victims had to die.
Radical climate protesters continue to cause chaos
"Find other solutions to your problems instead of making everyone else's lives miserable," said one man in response to a recent rally by radical climate protesters in London. Just Stop Oil, a group fighting against fossil fuels, has become notorious for its extremist rallies in recent months. Less is known about the group's background.
PM Orban: Hungary is an incubator for testing the conservative politics of the future
Hungary is an incubator where we are testing the conservative politics of the future; Hungary is the place where defeating the progressive liberals and taking a conservative, Christian political turn were not only topics of discussion, but indeed took place, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Budapest on Thursday.
State would make its economy greener at crazy pace
Under recently finalised rules, the state would soon ban the use of non-zero emission trains and trucks.
"I'm a good person," said migrant, who raped in open street
In France, the case of an immigrant who was sentenced to prison for rape and armed attack, but did not think he had done wrong, provoked public outcry.
Surgeon promotes 'eunuch' gender identity
The gender reassignment surgeon promoted eunuch gender identity on TikTok and explained its naturalness. In recent years, gender reassignment has become a lucrative business, but many people later regret their decision.
Surprising alert from Greens: Migrants destroy society
The German federal government has received sharp criticism for its migration policy from an unexpected source. Germany is experiencing a serious crisis, a mayor says.
Tens of thousands attend Pope Francis's Holy Mass in Budapest
The Holy Mass that began at 9.30am represents the pinnacle of the Pontiff's three-day apostolic visit to Hungary.
Police storm Russian Embassy building in Warsaw
By seizing the building, Polish authorities have violated the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, Russia says.
Attack on Moscow would bring Kyiv's destruction
The United States has issued a strong warning to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. A former US intelligence officer recently pointed out that had a successful strike on Moscow occurred, Kyiv would have been razed to the ground.
Pope Francis: We need a church of love in action
We need a church that fluently speaks the language of love in action, Pope Francis emphasized at St Elizabeth of Hungary Church in Budapest's Rozsak Square, where he met with aid organisations of the Hungarian Catholic Church, refugees and poor people.
Majority of French regret Macron's re-election
Nearly 7 out of 10 French citizens believe that Emmanuel Macron's re-election has been detrimental to France.
Pope Francis: The soloists of war are making headway
In the world we live in, we sadly see the chorus singing the dream of peace fading away, while the soloists of war are gaining prominence, Pope Francis said on Friday at the Carmelite Monastery in Budapest, where he met with government and state officials, as well as community and diplomatic corps representatives.
Real assassination attempt against Putin would trigger World War
There is no chance that the most protected man in the world would be liquidated with such a cheap solution as the Ukrainians are talking about, Jozsef Horvath, a security policy advisor at the Center for Fundamental Rights told the Hungarian daily Magyar Nemzet. The US have also not advised attacks against Russian persons, as they could lead to an escalation of the war, Mr Horvath added.
Constitution must be amended for EU path to be approved
The turmoil over North Macedonia's accession to the European Union continues. The country must amend its constitution for the Bulgarian veto to be lifted, but this requires a two-thirds majority in parliament. However, the opposition, which is essential to achieving this majority, views the entire process as illegal and remains uncooperative.
PM Orban receives the Pope: Christianity has the power to preserve the nation of Hungary
Prime Minister Viktor Orban had a closed-door meeting in the presidential Sandor Palace with His Holiness Pope Francis, who arrived in Hungary for a three-day pastoral visit, Mr Orban's press chief told Hungary's state news agency (MTI).
AfD: CDU's deception of people hypocritical
The parliamentary proposal on tasking the federal government with stopping mass migration has triggered a heated debate.