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Talks on future of Europe: Salvini in Budapest

Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini will visit Budapest to meet Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban before the European Parliament elections. Salvini’s aim is to create an alliance within the European Parliament through which they can stop migration and oppose its supporters. The Italian politician will be greeted by the Hungarian prime minister at the border fence, according to the information of Hungarian daily Magyar Nemzet.

Many journalists and politicians have been kept under surveillance by the entrepreneur

Slovakian entrepreneur Marian Kocner, the suspect behind ordering the murder of investigative journalist Jan Kuciak in February last year, has kept several journalists and politicians under surveillance for at least one and a half year....

Two teenagers arrested in the killing of a journalist

Northern Ireland police have arrested two teenagers in the killing of the 29-year-old investigative journalist Lyra McKee, authorities said. The suspects are both men,...

Women fleeing from Saudi Arabia

Two Saudi Arabian sisters recently fled to Georgia, saying they were treated as slaves in their own country. “We have to cover our faces, we have to cook ....

Mosques in Spain are a hotbed for terrorism

The leader of the Spanish VOX party criticized the activities of the mosques in Spain after a man wanted to blow himself up in Seville. “What do they teach in the mosques of Seville if a son of a Muslim priest is trying to commit massacre?...

Scandal: Sargentini is campaigning with a stolen video, she may face imprisonment

A video released recently by the left-wing green party GroenLinks on Judith Sargentini is full of legal infringements. Violating the basic principles of copyright and criminal laws, the Dutch left-wing party has compiled and published a propaganda video, which featured copyright-protected video materials from the archives of several Hungarian media, including the Hungarian public television, without permission and the indication of the sources. To cover the theft, they even tried to obscure the logos.

Russian threat: Romanian-Polish worries, Turkish promises

Three foreign ministers - Turkey's Mevlut Cavusoglu, Poland's Jacek Czaputowicz, and Romania's Teodor Melescanumet - met in Ankara on Friday to discuss NATO challenges and security issues....

Another attack on Hungary by Sargentini

Judith Sargentini does not know a thing about Hungary, the state secretary of the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade reacted to the European Green Party MEP's new campaign video....

Reporter shot dead in Northern Ireland

A young journalist has been killed in a shooting in Northern Ireland. Local police consider the killing to have been a terrorist act. The bullet was fired by Catholic terrorist group the New IRA,...

Mall to be built in Austria's Kittsee for Slovak customers

Shopping opportunities are expanding around the Austrian borders. A new mall called K2 Shopping is to be constructed in the Austrian Kittsee, meant as the continuation of a chain of retail stores in the direction of Parndorf.

Historic success for the Hungarian women’s ice hockey team

The biggest success last week for the Hungarian sports scene was the women’s national ice hockey team qualifying for the elite championship in the Division 1/A World Championship in Budapest. Captain Franciska Kiss-Simon believes that this was the best opportunity to qualify. The girls have never played in front of such a big audience before. The team’s goalkeeper coach Krisztian Budai believes that the Hungarian team will be attending next year’s ten-team World Championship in Canada not as a 'dummy team', but as a team aiming for staying in the elite. Analysis by V4NA.

Disgraced liberal politician involved in serious tax fraud becomes a bogus party's candidate

After her own party the Swedish Liberals excluded her from the EU's electoral list, Cecilia Wikstrom, one of George Soros’s most important political allies who has been regularly attacking both Hungary and Poland, is trying to get back into the European parliament as the candidate of a small Greek party founded just two weeks ago, and considered bogus by many.

Notre Dame will never be the same

There are not enough trees that are old or large enough to be felled and used for the reconstruction of Notre Dame. Experts believe the cathedral will “never be the same....

A drop of perfume

A new perfume museum opened by the famous factory Fragonard promises visitors a tour of three millenia of fragrances. Visitors can see and smell around 400 bottles of perfume and learn about the European history of perfume.

According to a former terrorist turned secret agent, critically dangerous individuals are on the loose in Europe

Aimen Dean used to be a terrorist for the Al-Qaeda but later became the agent of the British secret service. In his interview given to the Hungarian paper Hetek,...

Muslims to convert Rome

According to Muhammad’s prophecy Rome will be converted, and Muslims have an obligations to lead humanity towards the right path. If this is not possible by words,...

A crisis of trust within EU

There is a growing gap between the vision of the future of citizens living in the West of Europe and in the East, was a main conclusion of the 2019 Project 28 research survey....

Should anonymity be granted to underage killers?

A legal dilemma: should lifelong anonymity be granted to underage killers? The problem has just re-emerged in British politics, as the High Court is to decide in the near future whether Angela Wrighston’s murderers can be identified by name....

Slovak Easter lamb export declining, domestic demand on the rise

The export of lambs for Easter from Slovakia to Italy is expected to match last year’s volume. The exported volume is expected be at around 80 thousand lambs - though it was between 100 and 120 thousands a few years ago....

France to build temporary wooden church in front of Notre Dame, and train students for the renovation work

A temporary wooden church would be erected on the square in front of the devastated Notre Dame to serve as a house of prayer during the renovation works,...

Meeting of V4 and French foreign ministers in Bratislava

The foreign ministers of the V4 countries and France met on Thursday in Bratislava. The presidency of the V4 co-operation is currently held by Skovakia, and the country's foreign minister Miroslav Lajcak indicated that the remainder of the term looks to be intensive. In the next 6-7 weeks the foreign ministers will meet in the "V4 plus" formation almost every week, and there will be three prime mnisterial sessions. Lajcak greeted his French colleague Jean-Yves Le Driana separately.

Jihadist plans suicide bomb attack during Sevilla's Easter procession

Spanish and Moroccan police arrested a 23-year-old Moroccan man, who was planning a suicide bomb attack in Sevilla during the Easter holidays. Zouhair El Bouhdidi is studying at the University of Andalusia....

A growing number of teachers are ending strike in Poland

Some of the teachers and educators on strike since the beginning of the month have resumed work in Poland. The strike and the ensuing forced educational shutdown caused the parents of millions of kindergarten children and school kids a serious headache,...

Bloodied car of liberal Slovak politician pulled out of Hron River

Liberty and Solidarity (SaS) party politician Miriam Martisova went missing on Monday when she called her partner from Komarom. While police maintain that they are still searching for the 31-year-old politician,...

Theresa May on the ropes as new Brexit Party tops polls

Theresa May must face a grassroots motion of no confidence after the new Brexit Party of Nigel Farage takes the lead in opinion polls, British website The Independent reports.

EU representative found guilty of psychological harassment

The European Parliament found Portuguese MEP Maria Joao Rodrigues guilty of psychological harassment of her assistant on Thursday. The MP said she deeply regrets that her assistant felt uncomfortable at her workplace,...

Notre Dame donors accused of profiteering

Some French politicians and yellow-vest protesters have criticised individuals' and major French companies' donations meant to support the renovation of Notre Dame....

Bus accident in Madeira kills at least 29, provokes outpouring of grief

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban both expressed their condolences about the bus accident that happened on Wednesday evening on the island of Madeira - a territory of Portugal - in which at least 29 people were killed....

Hungarian schools discussed on Ma7

The Hungarian-language Slovak news portal Ma7 has launched a series of videos promoting the necessity of Hungarian schools in Slovakia. In this week’s episode Gyula Bardos, the head of Csemadok, the oldest and largest cultural society representing Hungarians in Slovakia, speaks about his own life experience and feelings.

Slovak government attempts to prop up car industry

Slovak car makers complain about government laws unpredictably raising their expenses. The cabinet wants to pass a package of 21 measures to improve the situation.

Static warfare in Libya – hundreds of thousands of refugees may arrive

For Libiya, this is the worst case scenario: in the country ravaged by civil war a static warfare has evolved between the internationally recognised unity government and General Halifa Haftar’s forces....

Governing party weaker in Slovakia, opposite true in Hungary

Support for Fidesz has increased in Hungary: 53% of decided party voters would chose the larger governing party, according to the latest Zavecz Research poll....

MEPs' drinks cost pennies at the European Parliament

In the Brussels building of the European Parliament high-end drinks are offered to politicians in a ridiculously low price range.

Orban: Hungary and Brazil are in agreement

Viktor Orban welcomed Eduardo Bolsonaro, chairman of the Brazilian parliament's Foreign Affairs and Defence Committee in Budapest. During their talks,...

Suspicion about Syrian man arrested on terrorism charges intensifies

On Thursday the Budapest Prosecutor’s Office advised the courts to extend the pre-trial custody of a 27-year old Syrian man, who was arrested in Hungary on 24 March because of a terrorist act....

Female student burned to death in Bangladesh for speaking out against sexual harassment

Nusran Jahan Rafit was doused with kerosene and set ablaze in her school in Bangladesh. The horrible incident occurred two weeks ago: the young girl filed a complaint against her headmaster for sexual harassment....

Easter holidays and terror threats

Every policeman and gendarme are sent to the streets for the Easter holidays in Granada, Spain, to protect the country’s largest and most spectacular procession. The route of the procession is protected by concrete and metal barriers to prevent cars from driving into the crowd, like it happened in Barcelona, Nice or Berlin. The civil protection units are on standby alert, and more than 100 of their volunteers have arrived in Granada.

Cathedrals' bells toll to commemorate Notre Dame fire

On Wednesday, all cathedrals across France rang their bells in commemoration of the Notre-Dame fire at 6:50 pm, the exact time when Monday's fire erupted....

A victory for Central and Eastern European consumers

Slovak Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Gabriela Matecna called it a victory for the region’s consumers that the European Parliament (EP) approved the directive enabling action against the dual quality standards of products....

Hungary to pay more attention to Brazil

Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto negotiated with Eduardo Bolsonaro, Chairman of Commission for Foreign Relation and Defence in Brazil's Chamber of Deputies,...

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