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Campaigners want to stop Gabor Vona holding a rally in London on the eve of Holocaust Memorial Day

Most wanted Nazi suspect Laszlo Csatary dies aged 98 awaiting trial

Former Hungarian police officer accused of beating and torturing prisoners in an internment camp for Jews

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'Wake-up call' for Hungary as Neo-Nazis jailed for attacks that killed six Roma - including four-year-old boy

Amnesty International supports verdicts in a nation where far-right political parties are thriving

Hungarian central bank wants IMF to leave after it pays back bail-out loan

Budapest has announced it is considering paying back its bailout loan from the International Monetary Fund early as well as closing the IMF’s Hungarian office.

Gyula Horn: Politician who helped bring down the Iron Curtain

Gyula Horn: Politician who helped bring down the Iron Curtain

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.

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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.

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Ottmar Walter: Footballer who helped West Germany triumph in ‘The Miracle of Berne’ in 1954

He served in the German navy during the war, which he ended with shrapnel ‘in my entire body’

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‘Hello, NME? I’d like to complain about your Tom Odell review. Why? I’m his dad’

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Hungary charges Nazi police chief suspect Laszlo Csatary with war crimes

98-year-old accused of overseeing murder of thousand of Jewish prisoners during Second World War

Britain's Got Talent final turn into the eggs factor: 13m watch shell-shocked as Simon Cowell is pelted by protester

More than 13 million people watched the Britain's Got Talent live final on Saturday night, which saw Simon Cowell get pelted with eggs by a suspected former reject, ITV said today.

Britain's Got Talent Final 2013: Egg hurler was protesting against Simon Cowell's 'dreadful influence' on music

A musician who hurled eggs at Simon Cowell during the Britain's Got Talent final has said she did so in protest against his "dreadful influence" on the music industry.

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Central Europe under water: Floods wreak havoc in Germany and Hungary

Tens of  thousands of people forced to evacuate their homes as further dramatic rises in the levels of the swollen Elbe and Danube rivers continued to cause chaos

Volunteers next to the River Elbe in Magdeburg

Britain's Got Talent final 2013: Finalist Francine Lewis hopes for double celebration

Britain's Got Talent finalist Francine Lewis hopes to celebrate her son's birthday in style - by winning the hit talent show.

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There have been eruptions of racial hatred in France and the Netherlands without the same questioning of their fundamental democracy, says Hungary's Deputy Prime Minister

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