People smuggling network assisted by police staff disbanded
The network was busted after years of investigation. Members include police employees, who are suspected of assisting the refugees by obtaining visas and residence permits.
PM Janez Jansa: Demography speaks to the future of our countries
Population decline is a massive problem that simply cannot be ignored; demographics are about the future of our countries, Slovenia's Prime Minister Janez Jansa stressed in his speech on Thursday at the 4th Demographic Summit in Budapest.
PM Orban: the Hungarian government built family policy on five pillars
Tasks of the state include removing the obstacles to starting a family. Ten years ago, the Hungarian government identified five areas of focus to build the country's family policy on, Hungarian PM Viktor Orban said, and also addressed other issues at the 4th Demographic Summit in Budapest.
Mike Pence: The welfare of the family is decisive for the future of the world
“The world is beset by one crisis after another, and among them is the one that brings us here today, that strikes at the very heart of civilisation itself: the erosion of the family, marked by declining marriage rates, rise in divorce and widespread abortion,” the former US vice president said on Thursday at the 4th Budapest Demographic Summit, where he also spoke about bolstering the role of family around the world.
Andrej Babis: Birth rates should be increased instead of migration
Instead of mass, uncontrolled migration, increasing the number of births is the only sustainable solution to prevent the extinction of Europe, Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis said on Thursday, at the 4th Demographic Summit in Budapest.
Aleksandar Vucic: Talking about demographics is talking about survival
The issue of demographics is becoming the most important political issue, and discussing demographics means talking about survival, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic stated at the 4th Demographic Summit in Budapest.
The Hungarian government has been working for families for twelve years
The Hungarian government has been working for families for twelve years to reverse the forty-year demographic decline, the Hungarian minister for family affairs said in her opening speech at the 4th Demographic Summit in Budapest.
Hungarian and Czech prime ministers pay visit to border
The news was posted by Hungarian PM Viktor Orban on his social media.
Marcon may be up for treason to fulfil his military ambitions
An MEP has informed a British paper that the French president has offered France's position in the UN Security Council to Brussels if the members of the UN were to back his plans on establishing an EU army. The politician said the French president would need this in order to become the most influential EU leader after the retirement of German Chancellor Angela Merkel. France is the only EU member state to have a permanent seat on the Council after Brexit; the EU only has an observer status. According to France's most popular opposition politician, if the information is correct, then President Macron is set to commit an act of treason against his own country.
Capital to tighten epidemiological measures from 1 October
The announcement to tighten pandemic-related measures was made by the capital’s mayor.
Minors once again granted access to puberty blockers
The British Court of Appeal has ruled that under-aged citizens can again have access to hormones needed for gender reassignment, despite a number of scandals that have erupted in recent years over how easily these substances were available to young people. Even though embarking on a gender change is a decision many young people tend to regret later, puberty blockers and hormone treatments cause irreversible bodily changes.
Far-left activist incites against right-wing news portal on TV – video
The far-left activist and journalist reported the news portal for publishing a list of names of left-wing pro-Islamist individuals, and then openly incited hatred against the portal on one of the favourite television channels of radical Islamists.
Do authors know their anti-racist storybook is actually racist?
A new storybook portrays whites as the epitome of all manner of evil, while presenting BLM's supporters as good guys. The authors of a recently published book set out to explain the concepts of racism, blackface and Islamophobia to children.
Troubles are mounting in schools, mortally threatened teacher says – video
The teacher requiring months of police protection for having received death threats has left the field fearing his safety. In his recently published book, he recounts his own experiences, writing about how Islamism has seeped into schools. He says he knows of at least eight teachers whose lives have been threatened in face-to-face encounters with parents fuelled by Islamist motives. He says nothing has changed in French education since the assassination of Samuel Paty, a history teacher beheaded by a radical Islamist. In fact, he insisted that the situation has grown even worse.
Soros supporters' lie exposed
"For years, I've been hearing from liberal politicians and their supporters in the media that the Hungarian government has closed down and expelled the university from Budapest," Hungarian PM Viktor Orban wrote in conjunction with a conference held in the CEU's building in downtown Budapest. Mr Orban's political director has highlighted the fact that, according to his information, 556 students are currently enrolled at Soros's university in Budapest.
Mad gunman fires shots on world's most beautiful avenue
The man who injured four people by repeatedly opening fire on passers-by, was apprehended by police with the help of an eyewitness.
Pope's visit: the key is the visit, not its duration
While the leftist media is trying to interpret the length of the Pope’s visit to Budapest as a political message, the truth is that the head of the Catholic Church rarely participates in the closing mass of a Eucharistic Congress, according to the Hungarian Mandiner newspaper.
Taliban foreign minister seeks good relations with France – video
In an exclusive interview, Afghanistan's acting foreign minister told a French news portal that the Islamic regime is striving for friendly relations with the French government. He urged France to reopen its embassy in Kabul and called on French humanitarian aid organisations to return to Afghanistan.
Most underage migrants perpetrating offences on public transport are adults
Authorities are stepping up surveillance on public transport vehicles due to a growing number of thefts. In many cases, the perpetrators claim to be unaccompanied minors, but they are in fact adults. One-fifth of the crimes take place in the capital's underground.
Mayor of town infamous for mass brawl invited immigrant families himself
Although it was him who proposed the admission of immigrant families into the town, now known for a mass brawl between the local African and Kurdish communities, the mayor has accused the most popular right-wing politician of provocation. The interior minister has announced that he is initiating the dissolution of the Black African Defence League for being racist and inciting hatred.
"Our town has been torn apart," Swedish officer says
Shootings, knife attacks, blasts, grenades, automatic weapons and gang wars. Sweden is hard to recognise these days, a Swedish policeman says, adding that they are completely helpless against gang wars. Another officer has launched a petition calling on the government to improve their working conditions. The recent death of a colleague', who was shot in the open street, was the last straw.
Mass brawl followed by new atrocities targeting town hall – video
Barely a few days after a hundred-strong mass brawl, the town fell victim to atrocities once again. Members of the African Black Defence League stormed the mayor's office, disrupted a wedding and poured a packet of flour over the highest-ranking official in the municipal government.
Pope Francis emphasized courage and faith of St Stephen and St Elizabeth in Closing Mass
Hungarian saints St. Stephen and St. Elizabeth of the House of Arpad as exemplary people who truly met Jesus, Pope Francis said in his speech at the closing mass of the 52nd International Eucharistic Congress on Heroes' Square in Budapest on Sunday.
PM Orban: I asked Pope Francis not to let Christian Hungary perish
During their meeting in Budapest on Sunday, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban asked Pope Francis not to let Christian Hungary perish, Bertalan Havasi, Mr Orban's press chief, told Hungary's state news agency (MTI).
Former HM to appear in court, may be charged
Results of the former health minister’s series of committed blunders, is compounded by the high anti-vaccination sentiment in the country. Recently, a high school teacher was suspended from his job because he showed an anti-vaccination themed video to students in class. But there are also regular demonstrations against vaccines, some of which include acts of violence.
V4 state introduces new measures: vaccines for age five and up
The ministry of health is introducing several measures with the aim of curbing the ever-swelling third wave.
Most French people do not want Macron
According to a recent poll, an overwhelming majority of the French believe that the current president does not adequately represent the people, and more than half of those polled do not believe that Emmanuel Macron will be able to steer France out of the current crisis. Nearly half of the respondents in the survey also think that Emmanuel Macron will not win the April 2022 election.
Hungarian politician's bodyguards use choke hold on passer-by – video
A man walking his dog was pushed to the ground and put into choke hold by the bodyguards of a prime ministerial candidate. at a campaign event. The incident was filmed and police have launched proceedings. The Hungarian Jobbik party has been embroiled in countless anti-Semitic and racists scandals involving verbal aggression, but this is the latest shocking incident.
Muslim family bent on killing "westernised" relative
The twenty-year-old pregnant Muslim woman's family, including her parents, repeatedly tried to kidnap her and take her back to their home, from where she had moved out. She believes that if they had succeeded, they would have murdered her because she had become "too westernised". The young woman has a non-Muslim boyfriend, who has also suffered multiple violent attacks.
Police working in dangerous districts demand fireproof clothing
Officers demand appropriate protective clothing as they have been suffering a growing number of pyrotechnic attacks in certain "sensitive districts". However, despite long years of promises, they still lack the sufficient fireproof clothing. The issue has become rather topical since officers have been under attack in a town near the capital for four days, being targeted with fireworks and Molotov cocktails – video.
"This is not simple vandalism but desecration"
Vandals completely ravaged a church in Italy, beheaded the statue of Virgin Mary, forced the tabernacle with the Blessed Sacrament open and scattered the consecrated bread. The vandals deliberately committed sacrilege, the bishop says.
46 per cent of Germans oppose taking in Afghans
A survey commissioned by the German press agency reveals that 46 per cent of Germany's population is strongly against admitting Afghan immigrants to the country. Even some of those in favour of taking in Afghans would tie admission to strict conditions.
Socialist mayor to set up drug centre in immediate vicinity of schools and creches – video
Residents are protesting against the plan proposed by the district's leadership for fear that junkies would plague their neighbourhood. The facility for drug addicts would be housed in a vacant building that used to function as a kindergarten.
PM Orban: I trust that a period bringing more happiness is to come
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban saluted every member of the Hungarian Jewish community, wishing a happy and sweet new year on the occasion of the Jewish New Year, the prime minister's press chief Bertalan Havasi said on Monday.
39 per cent of French think Islam will become the country’s largest religion
A recent poll shows that almost 40 per cent of French people believe that Islam will become the largest religion in France in the future. Three quarters of respondents fear that if this happens, the country will lose its historic identity.
Syrians make up largest group of foreign radical Islamists in Germany
Syrian nationals make up the largest group of dangerous foreign-born Islamists in Germany, the federal government’s response to a question from an AfD (Alternative für Deutschland) MP revealed. Police information shows that many Syrian Islamists radicalised after having arrived in Germany.
Macron promises hundreds of surveillance cameras to district ruled by drug gangs
The government has pledged some major investments in the city plagued with criminals and the president has promised to monitor the progress personally.
Only the European Commission does not realise the need for strong border protection
"It was a mistake to criticise Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban for raising a rasor wire fence at the border in 2015,' said Danish Minister of Immigration and Integration Mattias Tesfaye. Hungary was the first to build a physical frontier fence to protect its own and the EU's borders from illegal immigrants. At that time, Hungary was widely criticised, but later countless countries followed suit. The following compilation of V4NA shows that the number of fences has increased six-fold over the last six years, with physical border closures being erected at at least fifteen border crossing points in various country across Europe, who have recognised that this is the most effective way to protect borders. Despite an obvious tipping of the scales, the European Commission is still unwilling to support the construction of fences by member states.
Elderly to receive third jabs in capital's care homes
The capital will launch administering booster shots, the mayor announced on social media.
Drug dealers control Marseille district – video
Dealers have even blocked the road and only those approved by them can enter the district, but the interior minister sees no problem. But he most popular opposition politician says the area is an outlaw zone where drug traffickers dictate their own laws.
Department allocates significant funds to organisation supporting Afghan women
Although one department is allocating a considerable sum to support an association helping Afghan women, not everyone agrees in the country with assisting Afghan citizens. In the view of a renowned essayist, it is actually Afghans who owe the country – video.
Migrants' health coverage costs a small fortune
A study by an MP highlights the staggering sum the state spends on providing health care for illegal immigrants. Moreover, the migrants also receive temporary residence permits for the duration of their treatment using a legal loophole governing the entry and stay of foreign nationals, and the right to asylum.
Transvestites insult Pride parade participant – video
The transgender paraders took issue with the T-shirt of a man who was eventually led away by police because of his homophobic slurs. The founder of the association scribed across the T-shirt stated that the organisation is not hateful, they simply believe that gender identity issues do not belong among same-sex attracted individuals.
Swiss secret service warns of terror attacks on vaccination hubs
Switzerland's secret service considers attacks against vaccination sites to be an increased threat, the Federal Intelligence Service (FIS) told Neue Zurcher Zeitung.
Armed man enters church in capital just before mass
The priest alerted police after noticing that a man carrying a gun had entered the church a few minutes before the start of mass. Officers arriving at the scene arrested the man immediately. The interior minister issued orders to reinforce the surveillance of places of worship.
Climate activists leave behind 120 tonnes of garbage
Climate campaigners regularly call on their fellow citizens to do everything they can to save the planet, yet they've left behind 120 tonnes of garbage, a fresh report reveals.