Deadlocked: Squabbling EU leaders leave virus rescue package summit | AFP

Around 6 A.M, German chancelor Angela Merkel, Hungarian Prime minister Viktor Orban, French President Emmanuel Macron and other leaders leave a deadlocked summit on a huge coronavirus rescue package. The marathon talks have failed to yield agreement over the size and rules for a 750-billion-euro ($860-billion) package of loans and grants to help drag Europe out of a recession caused by the pandemic. The squabbling leaders are set to meet again later on Monday.

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EU’s Ursula von der Leyen welcomes Hungarian PM Viktor Orban to Brussels | AFP

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban meets with European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen in Brussels. IMAGES

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Budapest’s ‘Banksy’ triggers nostalgia and debate | AFP

Drawing inspiration from enigmatic British artist Banksy, a sculptor of tiny bronze statues has gained a cult following in the Hungarian capital Budapest by placing his quirky works randomly around the city for the public to discover.

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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban welcomes Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Budapest聽 | AFP

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban welcomes Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan during an official ceremony in the capital Budapest. IMAGES

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Romania, Hungary recruit in Asia to fill labour shortage | AFP

Sporting yellow helmets, some 30 men are busy on a construction site south of Bucharest, exchanging a few words in Vietnamese. Faced with a growing labour shortage, which threatens their economies, Romania and Hungary alike are courting Asian workers, belying Hungarian nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s anti-immigration rhetoric.

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Hungarian doctors separate Bangladeshi twins joined at head | AFP

Bangladeshi twins who were joined at the head were recovering Friday after Hungarian surgeons performed a marathon 30-hour operation to separate their skulls and brains.

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South Korean divers search for Hungary boat victims | AFP

South Korean divers prepare to search for victims of a collision last week between a sighsteeing vessel and a river cruise ship on the river Danube in Budapest. Hungarian police confirmed that the team had recovered an eighth victim as 20 people are still missing. IMAGES

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Seven South Koreans die in Budapest tourist boat tragedy | AFP

Hungarian police launch a criminal probe into one of the country’s worst boat disasters that left seven South Korean tourists dead and 21 others still missing. The Mermaid sightseeing boat collided with a much larger passenger cruise vessel on the Danube in the heart of Budapest on Wednesday evening and went down in just seven seconds, police said.

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Hungary far-right protest stokes fears of anti-Roma violence

The Hungarian far-right party Our Homeland Movement (OHM) gathered in the provincial town of Torokszentmiklos, sparking fears among the country’s ethnic Roma minority of racially-motivated violence.

ISIS terrorist got 鈧500 monthly payment after entering Europe

Hungarian government claims a suspected jihadist entered Europe as a refugee – and obtained a pre-paid debit card.

The EU has issued some 64,000 such cards to newcomers.

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European Commission says migrant crisis is over. Do you agree?

EU officials are claiming the migration crisis on the continent has passed its worst and is all but over. But not all agree. The Hungarian Prime Minister says the bloc could break-up if it continues to impose pro-immigration policies.

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RAW: Thousands protest ‘slave law’ in Budapest

Thousands of people took to the streets of Budapest on Friday to protest the so-called 鈥榮lave law鈥 which the Hungarian parliament passed earlier this week. Protesters marched to the Sandor Palace, the official presidential residence, holding lights and chanting.

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Diving through the abyss of Budapests’ hidden caves

For Laora Tuominen, the ultimate diving experience is not found off the Mediterranean coast or in a Caribbean lagoon, but hidden underneath the depths of the noisy city of Budapest. While the baths of the Hungarian capital are known throughout the world, only few venture into the labyrinth of caves that form Budapest’s thermal underworld. The never ending twists and turns of the city’s intestines have attracted thrill-seekers since the opening of an underground diving centre in 2015.

Istvan Petnehazy changed his nationality four times since WW1

Istvan Petnehazy, 86, was born and has lived his life in the same house in the same village (Mezokaszony in Hungarian, Kosino in Ukrainian), less than a kilometre into Ukraine from the Hungarian border. Although born in 1932, over a decade after the end of World War 1, he keeps mementos of the Austro-Hungarian Empire era including military photographs of his grandmother’s brothers who as teenage schoolboys were conscripted into the imperial army. Since the end of World War 1 and the break-up of the Austro-Hungarian empire, Kosino changed countries – and Petnehazy his nationality – four times: Czechoslovakia, Hungary, the Soviet Union, and finally Ukraine.