Posts Tagged ‘Budapest’

Tehran, Budapest explore avenues of mutual economic co-op

Tehran, Budapest explore avenues of mutual economic co-op – Tehran%20Times TEHRAN – Deputy Head of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (ICCIMA) Mohammadreza Karbasi met with the Hungarian commercial attaché in Tehran on Monday to discuss ways of expanding trade ties between the two countries. During the meeting, the two sides explored some […]

Japanese judoka take the honours on heavyweight day in Budapest

Day 7 of the World Judo Championships in Budapest was the turn of the heavyweights. Kageura Kokoro’s ambition was to give Japan its first World Championship gold in this category since 2003. Earlier this year Kaguera became the first man in a decade to beat France’s Teddy Riner and he looked in fine form as […]

Budapest orchestra performs live concert from moving truck

The Budapest Festival Orchestra wants its audience back. The prestigious orchestra, led by renowned composer Ivan Fischer, took to the streets with that message: Five members of the orchestra performed classical music to motorists and passers-by from a truck in the afternoon traffic in the Hungarian capital on Wednesday. Source 00

Europeans takes clean sweep on day four in Budapest

France’s Clarisse Agbegnenou danced in the aisles at the World Judo Championships in Budapest – but her switch to focus was instantaneous. Throws, armlocks and strangleholds took her to the -63kg final against Slovenia’s Andrea Leski. Trademark Harai-makikomi from Agbegnenou Leski had looked on form herself, with two big ippons on her way to her […]

Another good day for Japan at the Judo World Championships in Budapest

Budapest in Hungary and the world’s best Judoka prepared for day two of the World Championships as the limited but lively Hungarian crowd looked on. Shishime Ai of Japan, defeated their only medal hopeful of the day, Pupp Reka, as she set up a final with Spain’s Anna Perez Box, who produced a fine dropping […]

Rainbow-Colored BLM Statue in Budapest Demolished Within 24 Hours

The revelation that ‘Cash Me Outside girl’ made a million dollars in 6 hours after joining OnlyFans days after her 18th birthday underscores once again the predatory nature of how the entertainment industry grooms teenage girls for de facto prostitution. “The rapper claimed she made six figures in just first six hours on the subscription […]

How Hungary’s great lakes threaten to put Budapest and Brussels on a new collision course

Zoltan Kun was finishing up a project for the Hungarian government in 2019 when he happened across a promotional video on YouTube for a new development on the banks of Lake Fertő, Hungary’s second-largest freshwater lake and a protected nature reserve. It began with stunning vistas of the lake, an hour’s drive from Kun’s home […]

Budapest’s Jewish Quarter is being destroyed

A few days ago, news that one of the oldest houses in the Jewish district of Budapest will soon be demolished spread like wildfire on social media, sparking outrage. The house at Kazinczy Street 55 will be leveled to make way for a 5-storey hotel belonging to a company linked to people with friends in […]

Hungary & Poland uphold veto on EU budget and recovery fund – Budapest

Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said on Monday that Budapest and Warsaw are upholding their veto of the European Union’s budget and a coronavirus recovery fund, though the EU may try to bypass their decision. Szijjarto made the statement after meeting his Polish counterpart in Brussels on Monday. “We have affirmed that we stand by […]

Last orders in Budapest before closure of bars and restaurants as virus cases soar

Bars and restaurants have closed for 30 days from 11 November in Hungary, one of the countries hardest-hit by COVID-19 in terms of overall mortality rates. In Budapest, people enjoyed final drinks and meals on the eve of the new restrictions. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán announced the new restrictions, which took effect at midnight […]

Judo is back with the first day of the Budapest Grand Slam

It was a momentous day in Hungary, as eight months of uncertainty came to an end – the moment thousands of athletes, coaches, media, and fans have been waiting for. Judo is back. The World Judo tour returned with the Budapest Grand Slam, allowing Judo’s heroes to once again battle it out, although not in […]

Hungary’s Budapest marathon goes ahead despite coronavirus fears

Coronavirus failed to stop the 35th Spar Budapest Marathon taking place in Hungary at the weekend, although only a third of the usual 35,000 people took part. Organisers think many people changed their minds at the last minute. However, 9,000 people decided to go ahead with the race. Runners and organisers had to follow strict […]

New rail route connects Prague, Vienna and Budapest during pandemic

As international travel is reduced by the coronavirus pandemic, a private company has launched a new train service connecting Prague, Vienna and Budapest in the hopes it can compete with air travel. RegioJet has already made its name as a low-cost bus company in the Czech Republic, serving destinations across Europe. The service has proved […]

Tehran, Budapest keen on boosting oil trade

SHANA– Iran’s petroleum minister hosted a meeting with visiting Hungarian finance minister in Tehran to discuss oil trade and smoother banking relations. Iran’s Bijan Zangeneh and Hungary’s Mihály Varga met in Tehran on Monday to explore avenues of enhanced oil trade and energy cooperation in the future. During the meeting the Hungarian finance minister described […]

Budapest vetoes Ukraine-NATO summit, says Kiev’s new law a ‘stab in the back’

‘Major impediment’: PACE says Ukraine education law violates ethnic minority rights “Hungary cannot support Ukraine’s integration aspirations, so it vetoed the NATO-Ukraine summit in December,” Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said on Friday.  Szijjarto said there is no way to bypass Hungary’s veto, as a unanimous vote of all members is needed to call a meeting […]

Newsletter – Lift The Veil; See Reality, Take Action

Print Friendly It is graduation time and our youth are inheriting a dysfunctional economy while they are saddled with the highest debt ever. This situation creates a downward spiral in which new graduates delay meaningful participation in the economy, such as buying a house or starting a new business, while they try to pay off […]

Eleven Years Ago: December 26, 2004: Indian Ocean Tsunami. Why did the Information Not Get Out? Was There a Hidden Agenda?

This article was first published in February 2005. The tsunami warning system was also examined by the author in two texts published in the immediate wake of the December 26, 2004 tsunami Foreknowledge of a Natural Disaster , (29 Dec  2004) and Discrepancies in the Tsunami Warning System (14 Jan 2005). The text below examines […]

Russian Air Force kills several terrorist leaders in Syria over past week – Defense Ministry

In Latakia province, a dugout with the leader of a large terror group named Abu Abdu and several other field commanders has been destroyed, General-Major Igor Konashenkov, a Defense Ministry spokesman, told a media briefing on Friday. “Also during the week, several [terrorist] leaders were eliminated near the village of el-Latamna in Hama province,” he […]

Video Emerges of Nonwhite Invaders Shouting “F**k You” and “Allahu Akbar” while Running Amok in Budapest

Privately-shot video footage has emerged of thousands of nonwhite invaders swarming through the city center of Budapest chanting the Islamic war cry “Allahu Akbar” and shouting “F**k You” at Hungarian police. The events, completely blacked out by the controlled media, reveal clearly the nature of the nonwhite invasion of Europe currently underway, and the […]

Refugees March On Austria After Hungary Blocks Trains

Print Friendly Around 2000 people have been stuck in Budapest after being prevented from traveling to Hungary [Reuters] Hundreds of mostly Syrian refugees have begun marching to the Austrian border after being prevented from boarding trains to Germany in the Hungarian capital Budapest. Authorities appeared to be allowing groups of refugees to make the 170km […]

2,000 refugees arrived from Hungary to border with Austria – police

Law enforcers expect the number of refugees to more than double during the day. LIVE UPDATES: Worst refugee crisis since WWII  Hungary organized a corridor from Budapest to the Austrian border on Friday night, deploying over one hundred buses to clear refugee camps in the capital and pick up hundreds of asylum seekers traveling the […]

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