Although every clue points to the fact that Imre Vas, head of facilities at state-owned media company MTVA, was the mastermind behind the surveillance scandal at the organization’s headquarters, police still have not closed their investigation, writes Hungarian print weekly 168óra. The story started this March when a surveillance device was found in the office of Miklós Vaszily, […]
Hungary’s government is determined to get 4 million voters to vote “no” in October’s referendum on whether the EU should temporarily settle refugees in Hungary without the consent of parliament.
In downtown Budapest, renting apartments to tourists has become a lucrative business, making renting a downtown flat almost unaffordable for locals.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán again endorses candidacy of Donald Trump for President of the United States.
More than a month has passed since Human Rights Watch (HRW) published its report on the cruel and violent treatment that asylum seekers say they must endure at the Hungarian border. According to the international civil rights organization, many refugees complained of being severely beaten by uniformed men and then pushed back through the three-layer razor-wire fence […]