The text messages between EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla were never released since they could not be found, according to the official explanation by the EC.
Linda Thomas-Greenfield claimed a Holocaust memorial was vandalised in Hungary, when in fact the incident took place in Sweden. No public apology was issued on her behalf, which the Hungarian Foreign Ministry calls ‘outrageous’.
The fact that it is government funding that keeps an opposition paper afloat flies in the face of the typical Western narrative that in Hungary, press freedom is suppressed through authoritarian methods.
Although strongly committed to free speech, in some sense, Musk has been even more rigorous than his predecessors in terms of content moderation. Back in November, it was reported that Twitter had deleted around 45,000 accounts that were promoting sexual content involving children, relationships between children and adults, or non-consensual nudity in India.
A theatre in Toronto decided to put on two plays under their ‘Blackout Night’ event, intended for a black-only audience. This was not the first instance of segregationist efforts resurfacing in North America.
The Hungarian Prime Minister was put under scrutiny for not applauding the Ukrainian President—however, he was not the only one, as some Western journalists and politicians have claimed.
Rastislav Káčer made the controversial statements on the same TV programme where Speaker of the National Council Boris Kollár expressed similar views last April.
US officials claim the Chinese airship was carrying surveillance equipment. That is why it is disturbing that it was allowed to float over American land for many days and thousands of miles.
The incumbent POTUS often emphasised bipartisan messages in his speech, and yet did not seem to convince either side of the aisle.
Naftali Bennett made shocking claims about his derailed mediation efforts in the Ukraine conflict in a five-hour interview, uploaded to his own YouTube channel.
The number of successfully or unsuccessfully attempted illegal crossings at EU borders reached 330,000 in 2022, the highest number since 2015. Meanwhile, Denmark and the United Kingdom are pursuing plans to relocate illegal immigrants to Rwanda.
A line-up of expert historians presented the story of how the many different nations living by the River Danube had collaborated with each other over the tides of history and of the ambitions to create a confederation of independent Danubian nations.
A recent study out of the United Kingdom found that with the European energy crisis, one in three church buildings costs more to maintain in a year than what its congregation is able to raise. In the wake of these unfortunate developments, we reached out to Churches here in Hungary to find out how they are dealing with the situation. Here is what we found.
The supporters of FC U Craiova claim they were ‘defending Romanian national integrity’ with their chants.
On Day 2 of MCC’s ‘The Future of Publishing’ conference, a panel consisting of Israeli influencer Yair Netanyahu, German journalist Roland Tichy and Megafon founder István Gergely Kovács discussed the success stories of their online enterprises.
The overarching topic of the day was the changing media landscape in the digital age. However, speakers also tackled the issue of the left-wing bias in mainstream media today.
This article looks at some interesting twists and turns in the early history of the two major political parties that still determine the political landscape of the United States: the Democratic and the Republican Parties.
Zsolt Gyulay, an Olympic champion himself, told reporters last Thursday that hosting the Summer Olympics in the capital city of Hungary is still the long-term objective, although a bid is not on the agenda at the moment.
While ‘Hogwarts Legacy’ by Avalanche Games is expected to be one of the best-selling video games of 2023, some on the left want to sabotage the project because of Harry Potter creator JK Rowling’s views on transgenderism.
Rumours have also been floated that this may be a ploy by the Democratic establishment to prevent the incumbent President from running again. As Tucker Carlson said on 12 January, ‘this is pretty clearly the beginning of the end for Joe Biden.’
There is evidence that the news website Nyugati Fény (which, ironically, translates as ‘Western Light’) is being funded by a foreign left-wing entity.
After NPR published an essay by author Maia Kobabe in which she spoke up against the removal of her book, containing illustrations of sex acts, from school libraries, FOXNews.com contributor David Marcus called for the defunding of the radio in response.
Facebook’s parent company was found to be in the wrong for not giving its users the option of signing up without agreeing to personalised ads.
Minister Navracsics warned in his letter that by cutting the Erasmus funding, the European Commission is violating Article 13 of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights.
Edina Pottyondy celebrated the New Year by uploading a parody of the National Anthem to her YouTube channel.
Nézőpont Intézet measured a 56 per cent Fidesz support among likely voters if the European Parliamentary elections were held this Sunday.
This is one of the biggest deals in Hungarian telecommunications history.
The legendary gymnast is the oldest living Olympic champion in the world today.
While President Katalin Novák had to respectfully decline her invitation for 1 January, the Prime Minister made sure to pay respects on behalf of his country within a week.
The internal documents released by Twitter’s eccentric billionaire owner show a disturbing relationship between the social media giant’s former management and political parties in the United States.
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