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Hungary is attempting to close its border with Serbia to migrants and refugees
New legislation will make entering the country a criminal act
Police officials near the border said they do not know how many families have been separated
Petra László said she was 'truly sorry' but did not deserve the criticism
Campaigners want to stop Gabor Vona holding a rally in London on the eve of Holocaust Memorial Day
The Home Secretary is under increasing pressure from Jewish groups and others to ban the Hungarian ultra-nationalist party from spreading hatred at a London rally this weekend
Cineworld is set to acquire one of Europe's largest cinema operators in a blockbuster deal that will boost its estate to almost 2,000 screens.
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.
The rules and regulations behind the exciting youngster being picked for England
Judy Murray will take Great Britain to Budapest in February to begin their latest attempt to climb the Fed Cup ladder.
Two brothers set to stand trial next month for alleged sex trafficking offences have gone missing.
He was nominated by Pele in his list of the 125 greatest living footballers
Former Hungarian police officer accused of beating and torturing prisoners in an internment camp for Jews
Amnesty International supports verdicts in a nation where far-right political parties are thriving
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.