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    Hungary Today

  • Hungarian Companies Are Looking for Professionals in India
    There is a significant shortage of truck drivers in the Hungarian labor market, which is why Hungarian companies are looking for drivers in India. Now it turns out that the situation is similar for IT specialists, but hiring foreign labor is not so easy, Világgazdaság reports. There has been a... Read more »
  • State Secretary Tristan Azbej Visits Ukraine
    Tristan Azbej, State Secretary for the Aid of Persecuted Christians and the Hungary Helps Program, paid a solidarity visit to Transcarpathia to assess the situation in the wake of the war in Ukraine. After a visit to the Greek Catholic refugee camp in Velikij Bereznij (Nagyberezna), 50 kilometers from Uzhhorod... Read more »
  • Military Development Program Aims to Restore Combat Effectiveness
    In the 21st century, the answers to the old questions are not the same, the Chief of the Defense Staff said on Wednesday at the University of Veszprém, where he spoke about the development of the armed forces. In his lecture titled ‘High-tech army, transformations and developments in the Hungarian... Read more »
  • 2,500 Foreign Human Smugglers in Hungarian Prisons
    The Hungarian Prison Service Headquarters (BvOP) held a professional meeting with the consuls accredited to Hungary to discuss the increasing number of foreign prisoners, most of them human smugglers, MTI reports. The detention of human smugglers, most of whom are foreigners, and especially the language difficulties, is an additional challenge... Read more »
  • March 23, the Day of Polish-Hungarian Friendship
    Today is the Day of Hungarian-Polish friendship. The friendship between the Hungarian and Polish peoples goes back almost a thousand years to King Ladislaus I of Hungary, and the two nations have been in active contact from the mid-1000s to the present day. Despite the fact that politicians from the... Read more »
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    Global Issues

  • Burkina Faso Home to Almost Half of Closed Schools in Central & West Africa
    OUAGADOUGOU, Burkina Faso, Mar 23 (IPS) - Over a million children in Burkina Faso are currently affected by school closures with 6,134 academic institutions shut as of February 2023, an increase of over 40 per cent since the end of the last school year.Read the full story, “Burkina Faso Home... Read more »
  • Bhutans Long-Serving Political Prisoners Should be Released
    SYDNEY, Mar 23 (IPS) - Elaine Pearson is Asia director at Human Rights Watch“The physical torture was merciless,” said one man, “so we had no option but to present ourselves to the court based on demands and their statements.”Read the full story, “Bhutans Long-Serving Political Prisoners Should be Released”, on... Read more »
  • Cash Transfers, Poverty Alleviation Assists with Mental Health Study
    ACRA, Mar 23 (IPS) - Poverty alleviation policies, especially cash transfers, will not only improve the poor condition of the beneficiaries but can also play a role in strengthening the psychological health of people as well as improve the mental health of those living in poverty in low- and middle-income... Read more »
  • UN Water Conference: ‘we need a renewed sense of action’
    The UN Water Conference has been hailed as an opportunity to ramp up international cooperation to address water issues and avoid a looming crisis. Experts and UN officials agree that stronger partnerships are key to finding lasting solutions.Read the full story, “UN Water Conference: ‘we need a renewed sense of... Read more »
  • Amid recent slowdown in global trade, ‘green goods’ are the winning ticket
    Global trade slowed down in the second half of 2022, but demand for environmentally friendly goods stayed strong, the UN Conference on Trade and Development, UNCTAD, said on Thursday.  Read the full story, “Amid recent slowdown in global trade, ‘green goods’ are the winning ticket”, on →... Read more »
  • Climate change making Earth ‘uninhabitable’ Guterres warns
    Humanity is facing a “difficult truth” the UN chief said just ahead of World Meteorological Day, marked on Friday – the damage already being caused by climate change is “making our planet uninhabitable.”Read the full story, “Climate change making Earth ‘uninhabitable’ Guterres warns”, on →... Read more »
  • Black Sea Grain Initiative: Russia Reluctantly Agrees to a Two-Month Extension
    GENEVA, Mar 22 (IPS) - Given the complex interplay between geopolitics and financial markets, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February 2022 sent shockwaves across the global economy. Admittedly, the implications both within and between countries have varied. However, there were some common denominators, including higher commodity prices.Read the full story,... Read more »

    Expatica Austria

  • Expatica Launches Expansion to Italy
    The online resource for international living expands to Italy with informative guides on moving to and working in the Mediterranean nation. EXPATICA, a prominent online resource for internationals living abroad, has launched a new website for Italy. Expatica offers essential... The post Expatica Launches Expansion to Italy appeared first on... Read more »
  • Alleged accomplices on trial over Vienna jihadist shooting
    Six men accused of helping a gunman who carried out Austria’s first deadly jihadist attack on Tuesday all pleaded not guilty to the main charges as their trial opened in a Vienna court. Convicted Islamic State group sympathiser Kujtim Fejzulai... The post Alleged accomplices on trial over Vienna jihadist shooting... Read more »
  • Alleged accomplices on trial over Vienna jihadist shooting
    Six men accused of helping a gunman who carried out Austria’s first deadly jihadist attack went on trial in a Vienna court on Tuesday. Convicted Islamic State sympathiser Kujtim Fejzulai went on a shooting rampage on November 2, 2020 in... The post Alleged accomplices on trial over Vienna jihadist shooting... Read more »
  • Six men go on trial over Vienna jihadist shooting
    Six men accused of helping a gunman who carried out Austria’s first deadly jihadist attack go on trial in a Vienna court on Tuesday. On November 2, 2020, convicted Islamic State sympathiser Kujtim Fejzulai went on a shooting rampage in... The post Six men go on trial over Vienna jihadist... Read more »
  • Austria’s Kurz sets up cyber firm with ex-NSO chief
    Former Austrian chancellor Sebastian Kurz said Thursday he is launching a cybersecurity company with the ex-head of Israel’s NSO Group, which makes controversial Pegasus spyware. “The need to protect basic infrastructure such as energy, water and health services against cyberattacks... The post Austria’s Kurz sets up cyber firm with ex-NSO... Read more »
  • Outcry over Austrian soldier wearing self-made Nazi uniform
    The case of a junior Austrian army officer who has remained in service despite wearing a self-made Nazi uniform and making Hitler salutes provoked an outcry on Thursday, with the president among those expressing their shock. According to a report... The post Outcry over Austrian soldier wearing self-made Nazi uniform... Read more »
  • Ukraine nuclear site, Europe’s biggest, reconnected to grid
    Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia atomic energy plant is reconnected to the grid, the UN’s nuclear watchdog said on Sunday, describing it as “temporary relief in a still untenable situation”. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said on Saturday that the plant —... The post Ukraine nuclear site, Europe’s biggest, reconnected to grid... Read more »

    The Guardian

  • Manhattan prosecutor says Trump created ‘false expectation’ of imminent arrest – live
    Alvin Bragg hits back at Republican demands for documentsSign up to receive First Thing – our daily briefing by emailIn an excerpt from her forthcoming book, CNN supreme court analyst Joan Biskupic reveals a body where the conservative majority fortified by Donald Trump is driving forward with decisions to change... Read more »
  • TikTok hearing live: Congress grills CEO on China concerns and teen mental health
    App’s future in doubt as Biden administration threatens to ban it entirely in the countryTikTok’s CEO eluded the spotlight. Now, he can’t avoid itSix urgent questions Shou Zi Chew needs to answerRepresentative Diana DeGette is bringing up the WSJ report again and asking Chew for comment. He said that he’d... Read more »
  • Italy v England: Euro 2024 qualifying – live
    Euro 2024 qualifier updates from the 7.45pm GMT kick-offLive scoreboard | And you mail Scott any match thoughtsThe Azzurri emerge from their two-decade Puma nightmare tonight. Look at this instant classic! Definitely nearer the Diadora end of the scale than the Kappa. The embroidery on the pennant isn’t half bad... Read more »
  • Mass protests in France call for government to drop pension changes
    Hundreds of thousands take part in Paris march as anger grows over Emmanuel Macron’s ‘arrogance’Emmanuel Macron felt the full force of French anger on Thursday as protesters gathered across the country to demonstrate their opposition to the pension age being raised from 62 to 64.Hundreds of thousands of people took... Read more »
  • And it’s goodbye from her: an emotional Nicola Sturgeon quits the stage | John Crace
    Her final first minister’s questions was a sad moment for the outgoing SNP leader but was business as usual for the Scottish ToriesSome rage against the dying of the light. Boris Johnson is howling into the wind. Crying out for meaning, begging for attention. Anything but be forgotten. But his... Read more »
  • The Guardian view on Ukraine and war crimes: the start of a case against Putin | Editorial
    The international criminal court’s issuance of an arrest warrant for the Russian president over Ukraine is welcome. It needs supportIt is entirely likely that Vladimir Putin may never be held fully accountable for his crimes. But the possibility of eventual justice grew somewhat brighter with the international criminal court’s decision... Read more »
  • Bheed review – lockdown thriller cuts across India’s class conflict
    A tense, state-of-the-nation drama set in Covid-era India successfully exposes how the caste system underpins much of the country’s division and strife ‘No one ever plans for the poor,” says a young police officer in this tense, painful pandemic drama from India. Shot in black and white, it’s set at... Read more »


  • Rioter Thief Of Pelosi’s Laptop Sentenced To Three Years
    The New York Times reports: A Pennsylvania woman who steered a group of rioters toward Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office on Jan. 6, 2021, and directed others inside the Capitol to steal a laptop computer was sentenced in Federal District Court in Washington on Thursday to three years in prison. The... Read more »
  • Texas Youth Pastor Indicted On Child Porn Charges
    Fox West Texas reports: The Tom Green County Sheriff’s Office conducted a child crimes investigation that led to the execution of a search warrant in San Angelo. According to a TGCSO press release, as a result of the search warrant, probable cause was developed that led to the issuance of... Read more »
  • Florida NAACP Seeks Advisory Against Visiting State
    Orlando’s NBC affiliate reports: Florida’s chapter of the NAACP has voted unanimously to ask the group’s national board to issue a travel advisory telling Black Americans not to enter the state, citing concerns over what they call “anti-black legislation.” The vote, which took place Thursday at a meeting in Orlando,... Read more »
  • Dad Of Parkland Victim Arrested At House Gun Hearing
    NBC News reports: Manuel Oliver, the father of a 17-year-old Parkland shooting victim, was arrested Thursday on Capitol Hill after he appeared to shout at a Republican lawmaker who was speaking during a hearing on gun regulations. Rep. Maxwell Alejandro Frost, D-Fla., a 26-year-old freshman who is also a survivor... Read more »
  • Viciously Anti-LGBTQ NC Lt Gov To Launch Bid For Gov
    Axios reports: North Carolina’s Republican Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson is expected to announce his long-anticipated run for governor April 22, Axios has learned. And he’ll do it in a place that became the hornet’s nest of hostility toward Democratic policies during the COVID-19 pandemic: Alamance County’s Ace Speedway. He’s filed... Read more »
  • VideoSouth Carolina Comptroller Resigns After $3.5B Error
    The Associated Press reports: Embattled South Carolina Comptroller General Richard Eckstrom will resign next month after a $3.5 billion accounting error in the year-end financial report he oversaw. The state’s top accountant will leave the elected post he has held for 20 years on April 30. The Senate panel investigating... Read more »
  • Boebert Brandishes Abortion Photos At Hearing On Endangered Species, Calls For Putting Babies On List
    “I appreciate this time today and thank you so much for everyone who’s attending here and traveling so far to be here. I do want to say before my opening remarks, you know, since we’re talking about the Endangered Species Act, I’m just wondering if my colleagues on the other... Read more »

    Common Dreams

  • NLRB Says Amazon Illegally Union-Busted by Limiting Worker Access to Warehouses
    The Amazon Labor Union celebrated Wednesday as a lawyer for the National Labor Relations Board in Brooklyn determined that Amazon acted illegally when it adopted a rule barring warehouse workers from being present at their workplace when they were not scheduled to work—a transparent effort, the board said, to limit... Read more »
  • Rep. Omar Introduces Resolution Condemning Islamophobia
    Today, on the first full day of Ramadan, Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) introduced a resolution to condemn Islamophobia, specifically commemorating the anniversary of the Christchurch Mosque Massacre and recent anti-Muslim attacks. This resolution condemns the transnational threat of White supremacist ideology, conspiracy theories, and violence.The introduction comes after continued violence... Read more »
  • VideoCAIR Joins Reps. Omar and Tlaib in Introduction of Resolution Condemning Islamophobia
    The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the nation’s largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, today joined Representatives Ilhan Omar (D-MN) and Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) for a press conference at the US Capitol to announce the introduction of a resolution that condemn Islamophobia, white supremacy, and commemorate the fourth anniversary... Read more »
  • Senate adopts Gov. Newsom’s proposal to penalize Big Oil for future gas gouging of consumers
    The state Senate today passed Gov. Gavin Newsom’s proposal to provide state energy regulators the authority to hold California’s big oil refiners accountable for gas price hikes in the future. SBX-1, authored by Sen. Nancy Skinner (D-Dist. 9) passed by a vote of 30 to 8 and will now go... Read more »
  • Manhattan DA Accuses House GOP of 'Unlawful Incursion' Into Trump Probe
    The office of Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg on Thursday accused House Republicans of an "unlawful incursion" into New York authorities' investigation of former President Donald Trump, who is expected to face criminal charges over a 2016 pre-election hush-money payment to porn star Stormy Daniels.In a letter to Reps. Jim... Read more »
  • VideoCritics Say DeSantis Move to Expand 'Don't Say Gay' Exposes Law's True Intentions
    Florida's Republican governor and presumed 2024 presidential candidate Ron DeSantis is moving to expand his state's prohibition on classroom discussions of sexual orientation and gender identity to all grades. White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre on Wednesday denounced DeSantis' effort to broaden what critics call the "Don't Say Gay" law,... Read more »
  • Tlaib Revives Bill to Remove Medically Necessary Debt From Credit Reports
    Asserting that "undergoing a medically necessary procedure should never haunt someone financially," Democratic Michigan Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib on Wednesday reintroduced legislation to ban the collection of medical debt for two years and prohibit such indebtedness from appearing on patients' credit reports. First introduced in 2021, Tlaib's Consumer Protection for Medical... Read more »