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ecs ends cultural year with festival |

Pecs ends cultural year with festival

Dec 29, 2010

A three-day festival started in Pecs in the south of Hungary, culture capital of Europe in 2010, on Wednesday, to close a year-long series of concerts, exhibitions, film shows and many other events of culture and entertainment.


Fuel prices to hit new high in Hungary
Dec 28, 2010

Hungarian energy group MOL is hiking the price of motor fuels further as of Wednesday, with the wholesale price of gasoline to rise by HUF 5 and that of diesel by HUF 6 per liter. The increase takes local prices to new all-time highs.

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Floods rising, inland waters expanding

Dec 27, 2010

As a result of rain and melting snow, the local water management authorities reported rising river levels from north-eastern Hungary on Monday. Areas covered with inland water increase in various parts of the country.


Hungarian Film Week postponed

Dec 17, 2010

The Hungarian Film Week, the country's most important film festival, has not been cancelled contrary to earlier reports by industry journal Variety, but no foreign guests will be invited, according to the general manager of Magyar Filmunió.

Kodály Center inaugurated in Pécs |

Kodály Center inaugurated in Pécs

Dec 16, 2010

The Kodály Center, a major investment project of this year's European Capital of Culture project, was formally opened Thursday in Pécs, southern Hungary. It is to serve primarily as a venue for a venue primarily for conferences and concerts.

NGOs says rule of law in Hungary harmed |

NGOs says rule of law in Hungary harmed

Dec 13, 2010

Several decisions have been made in Hungary over the past six months, which harm the rule of law, said a Monday statement by three civil groups based in Budapest. They also object to the government rusing to adopt a new constitution.

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