- Budapest's 'March of the Living' commemorates the deaths of around half a million Hungarian Jews during the Holocaust.
- Kotleba's organization has long agitated against Slovakia’s Roma (Gypsy) minority, branding them as “parasites."
- Some 10,000 people in and around Budapest (a city with a population of about 1.7 million) are homeless.
- President Obama delivered a speech ahead of the G20 summit in Russia, and mentioned one man's name that you may have never heard of.
- Using a technique known as metagenomics, researchers were able to recover tuberculosis genomes from the lung tissue of an 18th-century Hungarian mummy.
Laszlo Csatary: War Criminal Charged In Hungary, But Time Is Running Out On Capturing Other Aging NazisDo much time has passed since World War II, that eyewitnesses to crimes have become scarce.
- The average price of a hotel may be up this summer, but there are still deals to be found in Asia, Eastern Europe and the American South.
- The anti-Semitic, far-right Jobbik party holds the third-largest number of seats in Hungary's parliament.
Widower Sues Airline: Janos Soltesz Suing Three Airlines For Obese Wife Vilma’s Death After Being Ruled 'Too Fat To Fly'Widower Janos Soltesz is suing three airlines for $6 million after his obese wife, Vilma, died last year after being rejected for being "too fat to fly."
- The FBI has labeled Mogilevich as the “most dangerous mobster in the world.”
- Hungary's best and brightest are feeling pinched by an increasingly demanding government.
- The recent revelation that a leading far-right, anti-Semitic Hungarian politician is actually of Jewish origin again brings to light the fact that many neo-Nazis and other fascists are deeply ensnared in a crippling, lifelong struggle with dealing who and what they are.
- With the help of programmers worldwide, Kaspersky researchers were finally able to identify the Duqu Trojan's mystery code. Part of the malware was created with a little used programming language, which prompts researchers to believe it may have been written by experienced, old-school programmers. The Duqu Trojan is an espionage tool that drew lots of attention last year because it has many Stuxnet-like features.