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    Hungary Today

  • Coronavirus: PM Orbán Receives Booster Jab
    Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has received his Covid-19 booster shot, his press chief said on Sunday. After two doses of Sinopharm, Orbán was given the Moderna vaccine as his third dose, Bertalan Havasi told MTI. The prime minister also uploaded a video to his Facebook page in which he is... Read more »
  • Conservative Márki-Zay Wins Opposition Primary
    Péter Márki-Zay of the Everyone’s Hungary Movement (Mindenki Magyarországa Mozgalom, MMM) won the opposition’s primary election with 371,560 votes (56.71 percent), the primary’s Facebook page said late on Sunday. His opponent, Klára Dobrev of the Democratic Coalition (DK), garnered 283,677 votes, or 43.29 percent, the page said. The first round... Read more »
  • Hungarian Opposition Primaries Conclude with 662,000 Voting in Second Round
    The final round of the opposition primaries was concluded Saturday evening. The winner, DK’s Klára Dobrev or Péter Márki Zay of Everyone’s Hungary Movement, will be the Prime Ministerial candidate of the opposition parties’ coalition against Fidesz’s Viktor Orbán in next year’s elections. The opposition primaries have brought forward noticeable... Read more »
  • “I view German reports on Hungary extremely critically, with certain dismay” – Interview with Former FAZ Journalist
    27 years at the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung and also political reporting on Hungary- this is how Reinhard Olt’s personal history with our country began. As he admitted to us, he had no expectations of Hungary when he became, among other things, a Hungarian correspondent for the German magazine. But he... Read more »
  • Hungarian Family Doctors to Receive Some 800,000 Antigen Tests
    Hungarian general practitioners will be given close to 800,000 rapid antigen tests to test suspected coronavirus patients, the government website koronavirus.gov.hu said on Saturday. The antigen tests will allow GPs to identify Covid patients among those suffering from seasonal respiratory infections, the website said. Those displaying Covid symptoms will need... Read more »
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    Daily News Hungary

  • Here is the final result: Márki-Zay wins opposition primary
    Márki-Zay Péter will be the opposition PM candidate in 2022 Hungarian parlamentary election The post Here is the final result: Márki-Zay wins opposition primary appeared first on Daily News Hungary.... Read more »
  • Will the government finally buy Budapest Airport?
    The government has been trying to get hold of the airport. This is their third offer so far ✈️💰🇭🇺 #money #offer #airport #budapestairport #hungariangovernment #budapest #hungary #dailynewshungary The post Will the government finally buy Budapest Airport? appeared first on Daily News Hungary.... Read more »
  • Opposition PM candidate Márki-Zay really ‘posing as conservative’ to get more votes?
    Dániel Deák chief analyst of the 21st Century Institute says the PM candidate's "conservative" label was a "communications stunt" aimed at winning over voters 🇭🇺 #election #opposition #politics #hungariangovernment #hungary #dailynewshungary The post Opposition PM candidate Márki-Zay really ‘posing as conservative’ to get more votes? appeared first on Daily News... Read more »
  • How much do lawyers make in the USA?
    Sponsored content It takes hard work, dedication, and effort to become a successful lawyer. Legal professionals play a vital role in different sectors. Several legal departments […] The post How much do lawyers make in the USA? appeared first on Daily News Hungary.... Read more »
  • Pro-govt group COF: Oct 23 Peace March ‘will be message to all of Europe’
    The Oct 23 national holiday will show Europe that Hungary's government enjoys mass support 🇵🇱🇭🇺 #politics #hungariangovernment #budapest #poland #eu #hungary #dailynewshungary The post Pro-govt group COF: Oct 23 Peace March ‘will be message to all of Europe’ appeared first on Daily News Hungary.... Read more »
  • 5 highly recommended Hungarian movies you can watch on streaming platforms – VIDEOS
    Hungarian filmmaking has a rich history and many masterpieces. In this article we chose 5 films with great artistic value 🎬🎞️🇭🇺 #movie #film #cinema #culture #art #acting #hungary #dailynewshungary The post 5 highly recommended Hungarian movies you can watch on streaming platforms – VIDEOS appeared first on Daily News Hungary.... Read more »
  • Govt official: Outcome of opposition primary irrelevant
    Balance of power of parties is determined by seats of parliament, meaning that the Democratic Coalition (DK) will be calling shots 🇭🇺 #election #voting #opposition #hungariangovernment #budapest #parliament #hungary #dailynewshungary The post Govt official: Outcome of opposition primary irrelevant appeared first on Daily News Hungary.... Read more »
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    Human Events

  • DISSIDENTS DESK: Hamachek, Jeffrey Peterson Discuss Big Tech, Jeff.Pro, Linux
    On today’s episode of Human’s Making News: The Dissidents Desk, Brent Hamachek hosts special guest Jeffrey Peterson, technology expert and founder of the social media site Meet Me.  Peterson spoke about his new Telegram channel, Jeff.Pro, which seeks to help American Patriots concerned about Big Tech censorship and invasion into... Read more »
  • “I’m from the government and I’m here to help”: Supply chain problems need less government, not more, to solve
    During the latter part of the 20th Century, Americans became accustomed to hearing stories of shortages of basic items in the Soviet Union.  The metaphor of “waiting in line for bread” came to signify anything where a state-managed effort led to the inefficient and ineffective distribution of consumer goods and... Read more »
  • FDA Delays Moderna Vaccine for Adolescents to Review Rare Side Effect
    The FDA is delaying a decision on authorizing the Moderna vaccine for adolescents to deeper assess whether it may lead to heightened risk of a rare inflammatory heart condition.  The FDA has been taking another look at the risk of the condition, known as myocarditis, among young men who got... Read more »
  • Lt. Col. Scheller Sentenced to Reprimand, Forfeiture of Pay
    Lt. Col. Scheller, the United States Marine who was arrested for posting public criticism of the botched Afghanistan withdrawal, was issued a letter of reprimand and a forfeiture of $5,000 worth of pay for one month after pleading guilty to all charges.  The letter of reprimand was less than what... Read more »
  • Pennsylvania Votes to Withdraw from National School Boards Association
    The Pennsylvania School Boards Association is one of 11 state boards that are officially withdrawing from the National School Boards Association following the infamous letter to the White House.  As previously reported by Human Events News, the National School Boards Association wrote a letter to the White House claiming that... Read more »
  • Biden to Allow Fully Vaccinated Foreign Travelers into U.S. Beginning Nov. 8
    The White House said Friday that beginning November 8, foreigners who are fully vaccinated may start traveling to the U.S.  The move and date applies to both international air travel and land travel, according to White House assistant press secretary Kevin Munoz, per Just the News.  The US’ new travel... Read more »
  • Federal Appeals Court Upholds Texas Abortion Law
    A federal appeals court on Thursday rejected the Biden administration’s efforts to stop a new Texas law banning most abortions, one that has become the country’s biggest roadblock to abortion in nearly 50 years.  The decision could push the new law closer to returning to the U.S. Supreme Court, which... Read more »
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    Global Issues

  • A School & Cultural Institution Aims to Level the Playing Field for Women & Girls in Rural Uganda
    TRONDHEIM, Norway / DENVER, USA, Oct 18 (IPS) - As we honored women and girls last week, on the annual International Day of Rural Women on October 15, we want to highlight how a community is coming together to change the lives and livelihoods of rural women and girls in... Read more »
  • Process to draft Syria constitution begins this week
    The process of drafting a new constitution for Syria will begin this week, the UN Special Envoy for the country, Geir Pedersen, said on Sunday at a press conference in Geneva. Read the full story, “Process to draft Syria constitution begins this week”, on globalissues.org →... Read more »
  • Food Heroes: Cameroon’s shrimp entrepreneur
    Anastasie Obama, a Cameroonian woman who set up her own smoked shrimp business, has been recognized by the UN’s Food and Agriculture Agency (FAO) as a Food Hero, for her contribution towards unlocking the potential of selling shellfish locally and abroad. Read the full story, “Food Heroes: Cameroon’s shrimp entrepreneur”, on... Read more »
  • Ceasefire in Central African Republic a ‘critical step’: UN chief
    UN Secretary-General António Guterres has welcomed the declaration of a unilateral ceasefire in the Central African Republic (CAR), his spokesperson said in a statement issued on Saturday. Read the full story, “Ceasefire in Central African Republic a ‘critical step’: UN chief”, on globalissues.org →... Read more »
  • Food Heroes: Ethiopian avocado farmer’s ‘transformational’ crop
    An Ethiopian farmer has been talking about how avocados have transformed the lives of not just his family but also of people living in his community. Read the full story, “Food Heroes: Ethiopian avocado farmer’s ‘transformational’ crop”, on globalissues.org →... Read more »
  • From the Field: Eating our way to a healthier planet
    The UN Food Systems Summit demonstrated the huge imbalances in the way we grow, produce, and consume food. But, as the UN Development Programme (UNDP) shows, we can farm and eat in a sustainable way that is good for us, and the planet. Read the full story, “From the Field:... Read more »
  • UN condemns deadly suicide attack at mosque in southern Afghanistan
    The United Nations has condemned the deadly suicide bombing during Friday prayers at the largest Shia mosque in Kandahar, Afghanistan, which killed at least 30 people and wounded dozens more.  Read the full story, “UN condemns deadly suicide attack at mosque in southern Afghanistan”, on globalissues.org →... Read more »
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    Expat Guide to Austria | Expatica

  • Humans were already enjoying blue cheese and beer 2,700 years ago: study
    Humans’ love for cheese and beer goes back a long way. But according to a scientific study published Wednesday, workers at a salt mine in Austria were already enjoying blue cheese and beer as far back as 2,700 years ago.... The post Humans were already enjoying blue cheese and beer... Read more »
  • Austria’s media corruption scandal: What we know
    A media corruption scandal forced 35-year-old Sebastian Kurz to step down as Austrian chancellor last week after allegations of transgressions on his path to the top job. Here is what has surfaced so far: – The allegations – The scandal... The post Austria’s media corruption scandal: What we know appeared... Read more »
  • Pollster arrested in Austria corruption scandal: reports
    Austrian authorities on Tuesday made a first arrest in a corruption probe that toppled chancellor Sebastian Kurz, local media reported, holding a woman for allegedly destroying evidence. One of a series of scandals that dogged Kurz’s two successive governments, the... The post Pollster arrested in Austria corruption scandal: reports appeared... Read more »
  • Austria gets new leader after graft crisis engulfs Kurz
    Austria’s top diplomat Alexander Schallenberg took over as chancellor on Monday, as the ruling party tries to emerge from a corruption scandal that cost the job of one of Europe’s youngest leaders. Sebastian Kurz, a 35-year-old once feted as a... The post Austria gets new leader after graft crisis engulfs... Read more »
  • Austria foreign minister set to replace embattled Kurz
    Austria’s top diplomat Alexander Schallenberg on Sunday said an “enormously challenging task” awaited him after embattled Chancellor Sebastian Kurz named him as his successor in a spectacular leadership change in the EU member. Kurz — at age 35 one of... The post Austria foreign minister set to replace embattled Kurz... Read more »
  • Austria’s Kurz steps down as chancellor amid graft claims
    Austria’s Sebastian Kurz on Saturday announced he was stepping down as chancellor following pressure on him to resign after he was implicated in a corruption scandal. His announcement in a televised media statement caps a spectacular rise in politics and... The post Austria’s Kurz steps down as chancellor amid graft... Read more »
  • Austria’s Sebastian Kurz: fallen ‘Wunderkind’
    “Whizz-kid”, “Basti Fantasti” and “Messiah” — just some of the monikers given to Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz when in 2017 he became the world’s youngest democratically elected leader at 31 years of age. But less than four years and two... The post Austria’s Sebastian Kurz: fallen ‘Wunderkind’ appeared first on... Read more »
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    Spain in English

  • La Palma: strongest earthquake since volcano erupted, plus new lava flows
    More earthquakes and the strongest recorded yet, registering 4.5 on the Richter scale, have continued to cause alarm on La Palma in the Canary Islands this week, where the volcano continues to erupt.  On Thursday, the cone on the Cumbre Vieja volcano could no longer contain the quantity of lava flow,...... Read more »
  • Pedro Sánchez booed on Spain’s National Day, with shouts to resign
    Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez was booed and jeered by members of the public on Tuesday, when he arrived for Spain’s National Day parade in Madrid. A grand military parade of more than 2,600 troops took place in front of king Felipe VI, along the flag-lined Paseo de la Castellana, also...... Read more »
  • Coronavirus in Spain (15 Oct) – incidence rate rises very slightly
    Report updated in Spain at 19.30h on Fri 15 Oct  CORONAVIRUS in SPAIN – latest Health Ministry figures The latest official figure released by the Spanish Health Ministry on Friday 15 October for the number of people who have tested positive for Coronavirus since the start of the pandemic is now 4,984,386. This is an...... Read more »
  • Covid-19 Vaccinations in Spain (15 Oct)
    Latest: Coronavirus in Spain figures (15 Oct) Spain has now received a total of 75,642,021 doses of Covid-19 vaccines (53,616,591 from Pfizer-BioNTech, 10,752,860 from Moderna, 9,111,010 from AstraZeneca and 2,161,560 from Janssen). Based on total figures collated up to the end of Thursday 14 October, a total of 70,982,052 jabs have now been administered across Spain,...... Read more »
  • Sitges Carnival will return to the streets in February
    The Sitges Carnival Commission and the Town Council are already working to ensure that the Carnival will return to the streets in 2022, by adapting the parades traditionally planned for the Sunday and Tuesday in order to combat the Covid pandemic. The ‘reactivation of popular culture plan’ will guide how...... Read more »
  • New Citizenship Service for newcomers to Sitges
    The Sitges Town Council’s department of social rights, citizenship and equality is offering a ‘New Citizenship Service’ for newcomers to Sitges, and has produced a new welcome guide. The guide, written in four languages (Catalan, Spanish, English and French), provides information, guidance and advice on the services, resources and entities of the...... Read more »
  • Coronavirus in Spain (14 Oct) – occupation of ICUs now under 5%
    Latest: Coronavirus in Spain figures (15 Oct) Sign up for the FREE Weekly Newsletter from Spain in English. Report below updated in Spain at 19.30h on Thurs 14 Oct  CORONAVIRUS in SPAIN – latest Health Ministry figures The latest official figure released by the Spanish Health Ministry on Thursday 14 October for the number of...... Read more »
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