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Op deze pagina vind je kranten en nieuwsmedia uit Hongarije – Daily News Hungary, The Budapest Times, Oostenrijk – Metropole Vienna, Schotland – Evening Telegraph, Spanje -Spain in English, Olive Press National News en meer.


    Hungary Today

  • Migration Reaches ‘New Level of Danger’ According to Foreign Minister Szijjártó
    Migration pressure at Hungary’s southern border has reached a “new level of danger,” the Foreign Minister said in Szabadka (Subotica), in northern Serbia, after meeting Nikola Selakovic, his Serbian counterpart on Monday. Péter Szijjártó insisted that migrants were “increasingly aggressive and violent,” adding that “they now have weapons and they... Read more »
  • Another Bear Seen Near the Hungarian Capital
    It is likely that the animal, which has been seen several times lately, was spotted again near Kismaros, Pest county, Budapest Környéke reports. The news of the latest bear sighting, which was about 55 kilometers from Budapest, spread on Facebook. The case has been officially reported, and the municipality of... Read more »
  • “Ethnic Hungarians in the Carpathian Basin Must Stand Up for Their Rights”
    Hungarians living in the Carpathian Basin must stand up for their rights, for their preservation and prosperity in their homeland, stressed the deputy state secretary in charge of policies for Hungarian communities in Budapest on Monday. Welcoming this year’s recipients of the Dr. Szász Pál Scholarship for ethnic Hungarian law students,... Read more »
  • VideoJohn Malkovich to Perform in Budapest Again
    The two-time Academy Award-nominated American actor John Malkovich will take to the stage of the Erkel Theater in Budapest on October 2nd, with a musical stand-up version of The Music Critic. During the performance, the most iconic pieces of classical music will be dissected by a music critic played by... Read more »
  • The Irresponsible European Migration Policy Must End, says Fidesz MEP
    Pro-immigration forces are responsible for the deaths at the Spanish-Moroccan border, Balázs Hidvéghi, MEP of Hungary’s ruling Fidesz party, said in the plenary session of the European Parliament (EP) on Monday. What happened in Melilla is a terrible tragedy, but it is not right to blame the border guards for... Read more »

    Page Array – Human Events

  • City of Orlando Apologizes for Newsletter Bashing Independence Day Celebrations
    Following backlash the City of Orlando received for its Fourth of July newsletter message in which it questioned why people would want to celebrate the nation’s Independence Day, the city has released an apology. In Friday’s edition of Orlando’s City News newsletter, its original proclamation read, “A lot of people... Read more »
  • On the Sidewalks of New York: On Reflection and Inflection
    On the Sidewalks of New York is a weekly feature at Human Events wherein Jacqueline Toboroff, a native New Yorker, will share her observations and candid commentary on the goings-on in our nation’s largest city. Wherever you live, and whatever you feel, there is no escaping the fact that New... Read more »
  • MCCOTTER: An Independence Day Reflection
    This Independence Day brings a palpable lessening of patriotism and a dearth of public trust in America’s governmental institutions, most notably at the federal level.  True, one can be patriotic and still distrust government; and one can trust government but not be patriotic.  (For example, one can trust a “woke”... Read more »
  • An American Declination of Codependence
    The following address was delivered on Saturday, July 3rd, 2021 as part of the Red, White, and Blue Tour in Sturgis, South Dakota. It was 245 years ago that a brave group of American colonists sent what was effectively a legal complaint to the King of England. Inspired by the... Read more »
  • VideoPop Culture Warriors: Ann Coulter
    This week’s guest on Pop Culture Warriors with Lisa De Pasquale: Ann Coulter Ann Coulter has pop culture icon status — and now she’s on Substack, so that must be the new, big thing. She appeared as herself (but Vice President) in the cult classic “Sharknado.” She roasted Rob Lowe on Comedy Central. The best jokes... Read more »
  • KRAYDEN: J6 Hearings Have Gone From Stalinist Show Trial to Monty Python Sketch
    What’s a Cassidy Hutchinson? A nobody? Until this week. She was a cypher in the administration of President Donald Trump and apparently didn’t get anything she wanted after its demise. Now she’s telling some tall tales. The January 6 Committee Hearings continue to give a lot of very unimportant people... Read more »
  • BREAKING: Zelenko Labs Responds to Death of Dr. Vladimir ‘Zev’ Zelenko
    Dr. Vladimir “Zev” Zelenko, creator of the treatment that has become known as the “Zelenko Protocol,” passed away Thursday after a long battle with cancer. “It is with immense sorrow that we announce the passing of our founder Dr. Vladimir “Zev” Zelenko. Dr. Zelenko was a physician, scientist, and activist... Read more »

    Global Issues

  • Rights Groups Question 'Pregnancy Register' for Polish Women
    BRATISLAVA, Jul 05 (IPS) - Women’s rights groups fear a new legal provision in Poland requiring doctors to collect records on all pregnancies could create what they have described as a ‘pregnancy register’ to monitor whether women are having abortions.Read the full story, “Rights Groups Question 'Pregnancy Register' for Polish... Read more »
  • Mobilizing Against Hunger in Brazil, Where It Affects 33.1 Million People
    RIO DE JANEIRO, Jul 05 (IPS) - A campaign against hunger, a problem that affects 15.5 percent of the Brazilian population, seeks to mobilize society once again in search of urgent solutions, inspired by a mass movement that took off in the country in 1993.Read the full story, “Mobilizing Against... Read more »
  • 2030 development agenda ‘fails’ on racial equality and non-discrimination
    The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are characterized by a “shallow commitment” to racial justice and equality, an independent UN-appointed rights expert told the UN Human Rights Council on Tuesday, adding that they fail to address systematic racism and xenophobia.    Read the full... Read more »
  • Animals are Core to Pandemic Prevention We Must Strengthen Their Defences
    BRUSSELS, Jul 05 (IPS) - The writer is executive director of HealthforAnimals, the global animal health association   World Zoonoses Day, which will be commemorated on July 6, celebrates the success of the first vaccine which was created against the zoonotic disease ‘rabies’. It was developed by Louis Pasteur, a... Read more »
  • VideoWeaponizing Free Trade Agreements
    SYDNEY and KUALA LUMPUR, Jul 05 (IPS) - Long seen as means to seek advantage on the pretext of providing mutual benefit, free trade agreements (FTAs) may increasingly be used as economic weapons in the emerging new Cold War. Pivot to Asia, containing China In November 2009, President Obama observed,... Read more »
  • Why We Need a Digital Safe Space for LGBTQ Youth - Thoughts from Asian Teens
    Seoul & Nonthaburi, Thailand, Jul 04 (IPS) - Recently, I watched a documentary titled Why We Can’t See Disabled People.Read the full story, “Why We Need a Digital Safe Space for LGBTQ Youth - Thoughts from Asian Teens”, on →... Read more »
  • Androids in Human Populations
    PORTLAND, USA, Jul 04 (IPS) - It is time for countries, especially those with slow growing and ageing human populations, to welcome androids, i.e., humanoid robots with human-like appearance and behavior, including speech, sight, hearing, mobility, and artificial intelligence.Read the full story, “Androids in Human Populations”, on →... Read more »

    Expat Guide to Austria | Expatica

  • Iran’s enriched uranium stockpile 18 times over 2015 deal limit: IAEA
    The UN nuclear watchdog said Monday that it estimated Iran’s stockpile of enriched uranium had grown to more than 18 times the limit laid down in Tehran’s 2015 deal with world powers. The International Atomic Energy Agency said in its... The post Iran’s enriched uranium stockpile 18 times over 2015... Read more »
  • Attempts to blame Russia for grain shipping trouble ‘groundless’: Putin
    Russian President Vladimir Putin told Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer Friday that attempts to blame Russia for difficulties in shipping grain worldwide were unfounded and pointed to Western sanctions instead, the Kremlin said. “Vladimir Putin stressed that attempts to make Russia... The post Attempts to blame Russia for grain shipping trouble... Read more »
  • Monkeypox spreads to Austria, Czech Republic, Slovenia
    The Czech Republic, Austria and Slovenia have registered their first cases of monkeypox, health authorities said Tuesday. In the Czech Republic, the disease was detected in a man at Prague’s Military University Hospital, according to Pavel Dlouhy, head of the... The post Monkeypox spreads to Austria, Czech Republic, Slovenia appeared... Read more »
  • Austrian ex-minister who danced with Putin quits Rosneft
    Austrian ex-foreign minister Karin Kneissl, who once danced with Russian President Vladimir Putin at her wedding, has quit a board position at Russian oil giant Rosneft, the company said Monday. Kneissl has submitted a letter of resignation effective from Friday,... The post Austrian ex-minister who danced with Putin quits Rosneft... Read more »
  • Austria scraps ban on accepting blood from LGBTQ donors
    Austria on Friday lifted a de facto ban on gay, bisexual and transgender people donating blood, “putting an end to discrimination from another age”, the health ministry announced. Canada, France, Spain, Italy, Israel, Britain and the United States have in... The post Austria scraps ban on accepting blood from LGBTQ... Read more »
  • Suspended sentences after deadly Austria gas explosion
    Four employees were given suspended sentences for negligence on Wednesday over an Austrian gas terminal explosion that killed one and injured 22 others in 2017. They were “found guilty of negligently causing the explosion by failing to comply with their... The post Suspended sentences after deadly Austria gas explosion appeared... Read more »
  • Austria makes emergency plan to cut Russian gas dependency
    Austria on Wednesday presented an emergency plan to reduce its reliance on Russian gas over potential supply cuts from Moscow as tensions soar over the war in Ukraine. Under the plan, the country aims to reduce the share of gas... The post Austria makes emergency plan to cut Russian gas... Read more »

    The Guardian

  • Rishi Sunak and Sajid Javid resign as Boris Johnson apologises for Chris Pincher ‘mistake’ – UK politics live
    Chancellor says government must be run ‘properly, competently and seriously’; health secretary adds ‘I can no longer continue in good conscience’Javid and Sunak quit – throwing Johnson’s future into doubtNicola Sturgeon asked Boris Johnson to discuss a fresh referendum on independence when the two spoke by phone on Monday evening.... Read more »
  • Wimbledon quarter-finals: Goffin v Norrie into fifth set, Bouzkova v Jabeur – live!
    The Recap: sign up for our weekly email of editors’ picksGet in touch! Email Daniel or tweet @DanielHarrisOn 30-all, Maria – who’s not settled at all – slices a forehand long, but responds with a heavier serve down the T, and it’s too good for Niemeier. She can’t press home... Read more »
  • Russia-Ukraine war: fears grow for civilians in Sloviansk; Finland and Sweden edge closer to joining Nato – live
    Sloviansk mayor tells residents to evacuate amid expected increase in Russian bombingSloviansk mayor urges residents to fleeUkraine’s governor of Luhansk, Serhai Haidai, has posted an update to Telegram casting aspersions on the ability of pro-Russian proxies to restore stability in the newly occupied areas of Ukraine. He writes:In the recently... Read more »
  • Highland Park shooting: police say suspect used women’s clothing disguise
    YouTube has taken down page belonging to man in custody, while Instagram and Twitter have terminated his accountsSeeking clues for a possible motivation, police were combing through the social media profile and published songs of the alleged attacker in the shooting that left at least six dead and 30 wounded... Read more »
  • As fireworks lit up the sky, firearms displayed an uglier face of US culture
    America’s national day became a twisted showcase of another form of US exceptionalism: its exceptionally easy access to guns and the resultant mayhemThe United States marked 246 years of independence with the traditional fireworks, flag-waving and barbecues – but this Fourth of July was also marred by an eruption of... Read more »
  • Toronto: Sikh guards fired or demoted over ‘humiliating’ facial hair policy
    Staff at homeless shelters required to be ‘clean-shaven’ to ensure N95 masks fit but for Sikh facial hair is key expression of faithMore than one hundred Sikh security guards in Toronto have lost their jobs or been demoted after refusing to cut their beards in order to wear a face... Read more »
  • Novak Djokovic overturns two-set deficit to surpass Sinner at Wimbledon
    Defending champion secures 5-7, 2-6, 6-3, 6-2, 6-2 victoryHe will play Cameron Norrie or David Goffin in semi-finalNovak Djokovic put his champion’s hat on just in time to shield him from the blinding brilliance of youth on a warm and cloying Tuesday afternoon on Centre Court and is through to... Read more »

    Olive Press National News Spain

  • Spain’s Queen Letizia tests positive for Covid
    Officials have confirmed to the Olive Press on behalf of the Spanish royal family that Queen Letizia has tested positive for Covid-19. Speaking exclusively to the Olive Press, a spokesperson for the royal family said she was exhibiting ‘mild symptoms’ of the illness. “She feels okay. I can confirm with... Read more »
  • Spain and Portugal experiencing driest spells in over a millennium
    THE IBERIAN PENINSULA is going through its driest period for 1,200 years, according to new research. The majority of rain in Portugal and Spain falls in the winter months, but a high-pressure weather phenomenon known as the Azores high can block wet weather fronts which provide much needed rain. Researchers... Read more »
  • Mysterious Netflix series begins setting up in Spain’s Marbella
    NETFLIX is behind a film set that has sprung up in Marbella, filming a new mythical drama called Kaos which is based on the Costa del Sol. The streaming giant is notoriously tight-lipped on new filming and releases. On Monday June 4,  residents of Los Altos de Marbella, an exclusive... Read more »
  • Angelina Jolie house hunting in Spain’s Mallorca
    Actress Angelina Jolie is said to be on the lookout for a house in Mallorca. The Hollywood star is the latest in a long line of celebs looking to up-sticks to the Baleares, with her former husband Brad Pitt already owning a house there.  In 2016, Brad Pitt paid €3.5... Read more »
  • Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez under pressure to call general election in Spain
    Nearly half of those surveyed by Spanish Newspaper El Mundo think that Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez should call a general election. However, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez struck a positive note about winning the next poll, which is due to take place at some point in 2023, saying: “I am going... Read more »
  • Spanish Equality MP criticised for travelling in to New York via a private jet
    THE MP for Equality, Irene Montero, has been heavily criticised by political rivals for flying to New York in the Falcon – a private plane owned by the Spanish government. In the Spanish parliament, Elias Redondo, coordinator of the centre-right PP, has demanded the cost of the trip be made... Read more »
  • ARREST: Police in Spain detain suspect in shocking murder of Dutch investigative reporter Peter R. de Vries
    A MAN has been arrested in Spain in connection with the slaying of Dutch investigative reporter Peter R. de Vries. Another man has been held on the Caribbean island of Curacao, with both men suspected of sharing videos of the brutal killing on social media. De Vries, 64, was gunned... Read more »


  • VideoUtah’s Great Salt Lake Hits Record Low Level [VIDEO]
    Salt Lake City’s Fox affiliate reports: The Great Salt Lake has dropped to a new historic low, FOX 13 News has confirmed. The imperiled lake has dropped to 4,190.1, below last year’s record low of 4,190.2 feet. The Great Salt Lake has already dropped 11 feet since it was first... Read more »
  • Spiraling Pinchergate Scandal May Bring Down Johnson
    ABC News reports: Two of Britain’s most senior Cabinet ministers have quit, a move that could spell the end of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s leadership after months of scandals. Treasury chief Rishi Sunak and Health Secretary Sajid Javid resigned within minutes of each other. Javid said “I can no longer... Read more »
  • Suspect Wore Women’s Clothes To Evade Police After Shooting, Trespassed In IL Synagogue During Passover
    The Independent reports: The Highland Park shooting suspect “planned his attack for several weeks” and dressed in women’s clothes as a disguise so that he could slip under the radar as he fled the scene of the mass shooting, according to law enforcement. Robert Crimo III, 21, was arrested on... Read more »
  • POLL: 28% Of Voters Open To Armed Rebellion “Soon”
    Courthouse News reports: The poll, a collaboration between Republican and Democratic pollsters Neil Newhouse and Joel Benenson, respectively, surveyed 1,000 registered voters around the U.S.. A slight majority of those, 56%, said they believed the government was corrupt and “rigged against everyday people like me,” with self-identified Republicans polling substantially... Read more »
  • Kinzinger Shares More Threats From Trump Cultists
    The Hill reports: Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.) shared a compilation of around a dozen vulgar and threatening calls to his congressional office to highlight an increase in threats of violence in politics. “Threats of violence over politics has increased heavily in the last few years. But the darkness has reached... Read more »
  • State Court Blocks Florida’s 15-Week Abortion Ban
    Florida Politics reports: A state circuit judge has issued his formal order stalling Florida’s 15-week abortion ban days after determining the law unconstitutional. In a 68-page order released Tuesday, Judge John Cooper followed through on his verbal ruling Thursday, a preliminary win for abortion rights advocates. Abortion providers and advocates... Read more »
  • Federal Court Axes Trump-Era HHS Anti-LGBTQ Rule
    Law & Crime reports: Days before the end of Donald Trump’s tenure, the departing president’s administration imposed a rule that gutted the “non-discrimination” provisions for the receipt of the roughly $500 billion in funds administered by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. A federal judge has rescinded that... Read more »

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