Hungary

Hungarian PM Viktor Orbán on Paris Attacks and Immigration: "I Told You So!"

25 Oct - 21 Nov 2015

Paris attacks entrench anti-immigrant rhetoric ++ Hungary challenges the EU “quota regime” in court ++ Another blow to Hungarian nuclear plans from Brussels ++ Hungary qualifies for an international football tournament for first time in 30 years. by Balázs Márton

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Riots After Riots – Football Vandalism and Migration Crisis On Peek

30 Aug - 26 Sep 2015

Football match ends in vandalism ++ International outcry after TV camerawoman allegedly kicks refugees – story with unexpected turns to be continued ++ Riots at the Serbian border while construction of “The Fence” continues. by Dóra Anna Boruzs

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An Eventful Summer: Immigration, Sziget Festival, Freak Weather and Gold Medals

02 Aug - 29 Aug 2015

Hungarian government divides the public on immigration ++ 23rd Sziget Festival – fun, records and a tragedy ++ Budapest hit by enormous flash flood ++ Ten medals and a world record – Hungarian swimmers successful at world championship. by Dóra Anna Boruzs, Janina Rottmann, Robert Talo

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Immigration Is Still The Hot Potato in Hungary

05 Jul - 01 Aug 2015

Full steam ahead for anti-immigration measures ++ Orbán: the EU is a “remarkable success as it is” ++ Will Budapest host the 2024 Olympic Games? ++ Uber vs. taxi drivers: Hungary edition. by Balázs Márton

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Bipolar Month for Diversity and Acceptance in Hungary

07 Jun - 04 Jul 2015

The question of immigration dominates the public debates ++ Joke political party strikes back and mocks the government ++ Rainbow colours above Budapest. by Bálint Sedlmayr, Dóra Anna Boruzs, Nóra Szabó

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