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By Associated Press
Hungarians flocked to polling places on Sunday as voters in the Central European country faced a choice: take a chance on a diverse, Western-looking coalition of opposition parties, or grant nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban a fourth consecutive term in…
By Justin Spike, Associated Press
Russian President Vladimir Putin says the U.S. and its allies have ignored Russia's top security demands but Moscow is willing to talk more to ease tensions over Ukraine.
By Vladimir Isachenkov, Matthew Lee, Associated Press
Around 1,000 protesters in Hungary’s capital have demanded answers to allegations that the government used powerful spyware to secretly monitor critical figures.
The law came into effect Thursday and prohibits the display of content depicting homosexuality or sex reassignment to minors. But critics say its goal is to marginalize and stigmatize the LGBTQ community.
By Pablo Gorondi, Associated Press
Hungary's government says it is shutting down the transit zones on its southern border with Serbia where asylum-seekers are being held while their asylum requests are decided…
Hungary's parliament has approved a bill giving Prime Minister Viktor Orban's government extraordinary powers during the coronavirus pandemic, and setting no end date for them.
President Trump welcomed controversial Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban to the White House Monday, breaking with recent presidents who shunned the right-wing nationalist. Like Trump, Orban has made restricting immigration a cornerstone of his agenda. William Brangham talks to Charles…
President Donald Trump and Hungary's Viktor Orban both have espoused hard-line anti-migration rhetoric. Orban says he hopes he and Trump can coordinate that stance into a global alliance.
By Layla Quran
As prime minister, Orbán has created one-party rule, dismantled the judicial system, and overhauled Poland's education system and media landscape to solidify his power.
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