Viktor Orban

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Reuters › Finance › 1 day ago
Hungary has accepted a penalty for poorly managing funds it receives from the European Union that could cost Budapest more than 500 billion forints ($1.65 billion) in funding.
CNN › Opinions › 5 days ago
Thirty years ago this weekend, the Berlin Wall fell -- and the world changed.
The New York Times › 6 days ago
Hungary's prime minister says his country plans to be able to get natural gas from the TurkStream pipeline by the end of 2021.
One America News Network › 6 days ago
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey will have to open the doors to Europe for Syrian refugees unless the European Union provides Ankara with enough support, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Thursday, adding
Raw Story › 1 week ago
French President Emmanuel Macron said he believed NATO was undergoing “brain death,” lamenting a lack of coordination between Europe and the United States and unilateral action in Syria by key member Turkey, in an interview published Thursday...
New York Daily News › 1 week ago
A Hungarian mayor in political hot water is set to resign due to fallout surrounding a yacht orgy sex tape.
The New York Times › 1 week ago
A former Olympic champion who had just been re-elected mayor of a big city in Hungary said he would resign following his involvement in a sex scandal that eroded support for the ruling Fidesz party in a local election last month.
One America News Network › 1 week ago
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - A former Olympic champion who had just been re-elected mayor of a big city in Hungary said he would resign following his involvement in a sex scandal that eroded support for the
The New York Times › 1 week ago
The European Union's eastern and southern countries on Tuesday rejected efforts to cap aid they receive from the EU budget and attach conditions, fearing "the poorer will get less and the richer will get more."
Reuters › 1 week ago
The European Union's eastern and southern countries on Tuesday rejected efforts to cap aid they receive from the EU budget and attach conditions, fearing "the poorer will get less and the richer will get more."
One America News Network › 1 week ago
By Robert Muller and Jan Lopatka PRAGUE (Reuters) - The European Union's eastern and southern countries on Tuesday rejected efforts to cap aid they receive from the EU budget and attach conditions,
The New York Times › 1 week ago
Iran's announcement that it has developed advanced machines to speed up uranium enrichment jeopardises a 2015 accord with world powers, Germany's foreign minister said on Monday, urging Tehran to return to the pact.
CNBC › Politics › 1 week ago
The European Union pays out $65 billion in farm subsidies every year, but some of this money is going into the pockets of oligarchs and other powerful individuals, the New York Times reported Sunday.
CNBC › Finance › 1 week ago
Euro zone countries should be allowed to stop using the single currency over the coming decades, the Hungarian central bank governor has argued in an article for the Financial Times.
Reuters › Finance › 1 week ago
European Union member states, both in and outside the euro zone, should admit that the euro has been a "strategic error", the Governor of the National Bank of Hungary (NBH) said in an opinion piece published in the Financial Times.
The New York Times › Finance › 1 week ago
European Union member states, both in and outside the euro zone, should admit that the euro has been a "strategic error", the Governor of the National Bank of Hungary (NBH) said in an opinion piece published in the Financial Times.
One America News Network › Finance › 1 week ago
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - European Union member states, both in and outside the euro zone, should admit that the euro has been a "strategic error", the Governor of the National Bank of Hungary (NBH) said
Business Insider › 1 week ago
Europe's farm program is one of the largest subsidy programs in the world and pays out $65 billion to support farmers and rural communities. It's being taken advantage of by a group of powerful political patrons and oligarchs, the New York Times...
Telegraph › 1 week ago
Central European governments have been systematically abusing the European Union’s Common Agricultural Policy to enrich family members and political allies, an investigation claims.
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