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September 2015

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Migrant running away from Hungarian police tear gas at the Serbian border | Sándor Ujvári / MTI

Police stop migrants at Serbia border with tear gas

D&T
Sep 16, 2015

Hungarian police stopped a crowd of migrants that broke the gate at a crossing point of the Röszke-Horgos station on the border between Hungary and Serbia on Wednesday. The law inforcement units used tear gas and water cannons against the crowd.

Police on the Hungarian side facing migrants stranded on the Serbian side of the border fence | Sándor Ujvári / MTI

Hungary seals Serbian border for illegal migrants

D&T
Sep 15, 2015

Hungarian police closed an unofficial crossing point along a train track between the Serbian village of Horgos and the Hungarian village of Röszke to stop the influx of illegal immigrants. while the government declared a state of crisis in two southern counties.

Hungary's Dalma Gálfi at the 2015 US Open tennis tournament | usopen.org

Hungarian victory at the US Open

D&T
Sep 14, 2015

No. 2 seeded Dalma Gálfi of Hungary defeated No. 9 seed Sofia Kenin of the United States in the final of the junior girls' competition at the US Open tennis tournament. 17-year-old Gálfi is the first Hungarian to capture a title in the history of the US Open.

Hungarian soldiers at the Serbian-Hungarian border | Zoltán Gergely Kelemen / MTI

Hungarian soldiers deployed to Serbian border

D&T
Sep 11, 2015

Some 3,800 soldiers were deployed at Hungary's southern border with Serbia by Friday, the new defense minister István Simicskó said. The main task of the troops is to help build a fence that PM Viktor Orbán claims will protect Hungary from the influx of migrants.

Huawei showcased its LTE capabilities at Southeast Asia LTE Summit 2015 | huawei.com

Huawei awarded HUF 13bn project without tender

D&T
Sep 10, 2015

Chinese multinational networking and telecommunications equipment and services company Huawei has been awarded, without a public procurement tender, the job of setting up Hungary’s fourth mobile network in the 450 MHz frequency band.

| Dávid Harangozó

Knowledge to the Benefit of All Sides

D&T
Sep 9, 2015

“We support the utilization of EU structural funds for innovation projects; we cooperate with partners from regions in the neighboring countries, says Béla Kardon, Chief Scientific Officer of the Regional Center for Information and Scientific Development.

Illegal migrants and police at Budapest's Keleti railway station | Dávid Harangozó

NGOs demand humane treatment for refugees

D&T
Sep 9, 2015

22 non-governmenatl organizations have signed a petition to call on the Hungarian government to tackle the refugee crisis humanely. They believe they need to speak out in a critical situation like this and alleviate the plight of refugees in Hungary.

Sóstó Zoo in Nyregyháza received Indonesian zoo officials | Sóstó Zoo

Aimed to retain the Komodo dragons in Hungary

D&T
Sep 8, 2015

Sóstó Zoo, the country’s largest animal park, located in Nyíregyháza, NE Hungary, has recently received the director and chief vet of the Jakarta Ragunan Zoo. Both parties are interested in signing a new cooperation agreement.

| Peter Biaggi

New gateways to open in the U.S.

D&T
Sep 8, 2015

Turkish Airlines continues to grow globally and now serves more destinations than any other airline. The company is increasing its presence in the U.S., adding new gateways to its network across North America.

Csaba Hende | Szilárd Koszticsák / MTI

Hungarian defense minister resigns

D&T
Sep 7, 2015

The Government Information Center has said the national defense cabinet was in session on Monday and reviewed the status of the illegal immigrant situation. Following the meeting, Minister of Defence Csaba Hende handed in his resignation to the Prime Minister.

| Nándor Mester

Local shops are not dead

D&T
Sep 6, 2015

Local shops are still top choice for consumers despite online and out-of-town competition. In smaller towns people do their shopping in small shops rather then big centers.

NYC | Tamás Révész

Telling stories with pictures

Andrew L. Urban
Sep 6, 2015

Technology has changed photography technically, but it doesn’t change my way of ‘seeing’. Photojournalism is not dead”, says Tamás Révész, who has organized The World Press Photo exhibition in Budapest.

| Nándor Mester

Office for lunch, hotel for dinner

D&T
Sep 6, 2015

More commercial real estate portfolios are changing hands than ever before as international investors rush to obtain first class assets in Europe and Budapest is getting in on the trend.

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