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Rudolf Vrba escaped from Auschwitz to warn the world

Economist 30 Jun 2022
... unpalatable or outlandish—as the hell of the camp seemed to many Jews, and some Allied leaders—denial and cognitive dissonance can stifle the urge to act.\nThe Vrba-Wetzler report made its way to Allied capitals, the Vatican and the offices of Admiral Horthy, Hungary’s regent.
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A look at the deadliest migrant suffocation incidents

Hickory Record 28 Jun 2022
By The Associated Press. — June 27, 2022 ... — July 23, 2017 ... The truck, found along a highway, had crossed into Austria from Hungary ... Transportation Insight to move headquarters out of Hickory; local office expected to stay July 9 drag queen event at L.P ... Car pulled from Lake Hickory; Alexander County Sheriff's Office investigating Hear the 911 call ... .
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FINA and Hungarian Government enter collaboration on athletes' scholarship programme

Inside The Games 26 Jun 2022
Balázs Fürjes, a member of the FINA Bureau who is also deputy Minister in the Office of Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, explained that it is hoped that the programme can help talented young athletes competing in aquatics sports to advance their careers ... "All of it is exclusively at the cost of Hungary, as host and organiser of the programme.
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Hungary, Bavaria Sign New Three-Year Cooperation Pact

Hungary Today 24 Jun 2022
Hungary and Bavaria, Germany’s federal state, have signed a new three-year cooperation program aimed at preserving their shared economic achievements in the current “challenging period,” Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó announced on Thursday ... Hungary treats energy ...
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Hungary to Change Asset Declaration System on Basis of Existing EP Regulation

Hungary Today 23 Jun 2022
Hungary will adopt the European Parliament’s system of asset declaration, which is effectively identical to the system in use in Germany, Máté Kocsis, parliamentary group leader of the ruling Fidesz party, said on Facebook on Wednesday ... Hungary’s Politicians Hardly Have Any Savings.
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Tuxera Wins 'Best in Show' for Flash Memory Testing Services from Embedded Computing ...

Kentucky New Era 23 Jun 2022
"Tuxera's Flash Memory Testing Services' win is well-deserved as it provides workload analysis and lifetime testing, helping organizations mitigate risks associated with their data storage stack." ... Founded in 2008, Tuxera's headquarters are located in Finland, with regional offices in China, Germany, Hungary, South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, and the U.S.
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Man Charged with Smuggling Nearly 1 Kilos of Heroine at Budapest Airport

Hungary Today 22 Jun 2022
... charged after he tried to smuggle almost 900 grams of heroin in 61 capsules into Hungary last May, the Budapest Chief Prosecutor’s Office told MTI on Wednesday.
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Rocket man fights Russian demand to send him back

BBC News 19 Jun 2022
He chose Hungary as his new home by chance, he explained ... Hungary's asylum office was asked by another department of the court to re-examine its decision to reject his asylum claim ... Back at home in western Hungary, Anatoly Lazarev revealed scale-models of the rockets he used to work on.
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'Gunshots' heard in early hours in Sutton Coldfield

ITV 18 Jun 2022
Pictures show forensic officers investigating the scene behind the shops on Birmingham Road ... "A member of the public reported hearing gunshots and officers arrived at the scene within minutes ... Police officer knocked unconscious before England vs Hungary game.
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How Fake News Travels – Slovakian Newsportal Fails to Fact-Check Hungarian Opposition Media Claims

Hungary Today 18 Jun 2022
Related article. Minister Gulyás. Government to Extend Price Caps ... Eszter Párkányi of the conservative thinktank Alapjogokért Központ had replied to Hungary Today’s request for clarification, saying that the Minister responsible for the Prime Minister’s office on Friday flatly refuted these claims during his regular press briefing ... Featured photo ... ....
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The long-lost Adolf Eichmann recordings shown in new documentary

The Jerusalem Post 17 Jun 2022
Yisrael Kastner was a prominent Zionist activist in Hungary, who negotiated with senior SS officer Adolf Eichmann to allow 1,684 Jews to leave for Switzerland in exchange for about $1,000 a person, thus saving their lives.
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Revealed: Anonymous European Court of Human Rights judge who blocked UK's Rwanda migrant flight was ...

The Daily Mail 16 Jun 2022
According to the paper, this means the only remaining judges able to sign off the injunction was Peter Paczolay - Hungary’s appointment who was a former head of the Office of Hungary’s President - and Carlo Ranzoni, from Liechtenstein.
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What next for Birmingham City Football Club?

ITV 16 Jun 2022
Former Watford owner Laurence Bassini has told ITV News his takeover of Birmingham City will be completed within the next 7 days. He confirmed that contracts have been exchanged. If the deal goes through it will give Birmingham fans a long desired change of ownership ... PA ... Police officer knocked unconscious before England vs Hungary game ... .
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Four men arrested after police officer assaulted at England-Hungary game

Canoe 15 Jun 2022
Four men are in custody after a police officer was assaulted outside the Molineux Stadium ahead of England’s 4-0 defeat by Hungary in the Nations League on Tuesday, West Midlands Police said.
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Four people are arrested after policeman was knocked unconscious in ‘unprovoked’ attack outside Wolverhampton stadium ...

The Daily Mail 15 Jun 2022
Four people have been arrested after a police officer was hospitalised last night after he was attacked outside Molineux Stadium in Wolverhampton ahead of England's humiliation at the hands of Hungary ... West Midlands Police are appealing for information after one of their officers ...

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