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Petra László said she was 'truly sorry' but did not deserve the criticism
Children and unaccompanied teenagers are being left to fend for themselves after losing their relatives on their long journeys to Europe
Hundreds of refugees determined to reach the Hungarian capital continued their journey in darkness
Refugees broke through a police cordon on Monday as they continued their journey across Europe
When the two ends of the Channel Tunnel met in 1990, the moment was marked by a shaking of hands between a construction worker from France and one from England, followed by a mutual crossing of hundreds of workers. The man who enabled that meeting to take place through the production of special laser guidance equipment was Peter Zollman, a Hungarian refugee from the 1956 revolution, who was only 25 when he arrived in England with a degree in electrical engineering and who went on to win three Queen's Awards for technological innovation and export in the industry.
A comedy video where a man mimics the way a number of wild animals eat took the top slot with 88 million views
After a trip to Berlin's Bauhaus Archive Museum of Design, the photographer Nicky Walsh and food stylist Max Faber, both 34, came up with the idea of capturing food in a way that paid homage to the German art movement.
Double World Cup-winner who began his career up front but went on to pioneer the role of attacking full-back
Two brothers set to stand trial next month for alleged sex trafficking offences have gone missing.
Canines were happy to follow suggestions from 'social' robots to find food
Two British soldiers who filmed themselves stuck in a lift and posted the clip on YouTube have become the unlikely stars of a television disaster movie filmed by a Bafta-winning director.
Siert Bruins, a 92-year-old man who served in Adolf Hitler’s elite group the Waffen-SS, faces trial in Germany over the killing of a Dutch resistance fighter in 1944.
Gyula Horn was the last Communist Foreign Minister of Hungary, who started opening the Iron Curtain. On 27 June 1989 he joined Alois Mock, the Austrian Foreign Minister, to pull down a section of the barbed wire dividing their countries. During the following months thousands of East Germans used the route to emigrate to Austria and West Germany. It was the beginning of the end for East German Communism. In Hungary Horn is better known for a massive austerity programme when he was Prime Minister in 1995. The package sparked massive opposition.
Bout No 11 in ring A at the Haringey Box Cup on Sunday was between a Midlands bouncer and a part-time singer from London’s East End; in the end the blonde girl from Canning Town won the middleweight title.
He served in the German navy during the war, which he ended with shrapnel ‘in my entire body’
Singer’s no-star strike-out prompts paternal fightback and backlash against music magazine