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  1. Baltic Gas Pipeline Under FireRead the original story

    50 min ago | Transitions Online

    Poland has taken the lead in fighting German plans for a second Baltic gas pipeline, accusing its neighbor of bypassing Ukraine's energy network and defying European efforts to reduce dependence on Russian energy. Poland, along with Hungary, Slovakia and other Eastern European countries, want to stop Germany's plans to build a second gas corridor alongside the existing Nord Stream undersea Baltic route, the Financial Times reported .


  2. World Cup vaulting series gets under way in SpainRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Horsetalk

    Leap of faith! Germany's Daniel Kaiser partnered a borrowed horse, the 21-year-old Simbal, to clinch victory in the Individual Male category at the opening leg of the FEI World Cup Vaulting 2015/2016 season in Madrid. FEI/Herve Bonnaud Switzerland's Simone Jaiser and Germany's Daniel Kaiser got their FEI World Cup Vaulting campaigns off to the perfect start for the season when coming out on top at the opening round of the five-leg series in Madrid, Spain, on Friday night.


  3. Hungary: 2 suspects hoped to 'execute' government membersRead the original story

    Friday Nov 27 | Washington Times

    Hungarian officials said Friday that two suspects detained last week after weapons were found in their car sought to "execute" members of the government. Laszlo Tasnadi, secretary of state for law enforcement at the Interior Ministry, said that the men, since placed under preliminary arrest by a court order, held extremist views.


  4. Hungary: 2 suspects hoped to - execute' government membersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 27 | The Washington Post

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  5. Inquest: Lorry driver's crash on M25 caused by wrong type of tyreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 27 | Stalbans Review

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  6. UPDATE 1-Slovak central bank likely to impose counter-cyclical buffer on banksRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 26 | Reuters

    Nov 26 The Slovak central bank is very likely to impose a counter-cyclical capital buffer on the banking sector as the economy gains traction and lending grows, the chief of the bank's macroprudential policy department said on Thursday. The central bank did not say when it would decide on the up to 2.5 percent capital buffer that would be applied to all banks, but will next review the situation at the end of January.


  7. Hungarian court says terror suspect is World War Two hobbyistRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 25 | Reuters

    A Hungarian detained by police on suspicion of international terrorism links is a World War Two hobbyist who was stopped while driving home with old ammunition he had dug up in a forest, a court said on Wednesday. The man, identified as by the court as Roland S., was stopped on Saturday along with three friends by the TEK anti-terror police, who found explosives in his car.


  8. Hungary suspects detained last week not Islamic radicalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 25 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    Six suspects detained last week by police in two separate cases are not Islamic extremists but are still dangerous, Hungarian lawmakers said Wednesday. A court added there was no information linking the case of four of the suspects to any terror group or organized crime.


  9. German shepherds befriend Siberian tigers at Slovakia's Oasis wildlife sanctuaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 24 | Daily Mail

    You must by barking mad! German shepherds befriend Siberian tigers at a Slovakian wildlife sanctuary devoted to breeding the endangered big cats The two-year-old tiger is close friends with a pack of three German shepherds called Blacky, Hugo and Jenny The animals were all born at the Oasis wildlife sanctuary in Senec, Slovakia run by big cat expert Yveta Irsova This is the amazing friendship which has developed between three German shepherds and a pair of endangered Siberian tigers in a nature reserve. Suria and Sunny were both born at the Oasis of the Siberian Tiger, in Senec, Slovakia - a protected area that breeds Siberian tigers.


  10. Hungary scolded for claiming European support for 2024 bidRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 24 | Washington Times

    Europe's Olympic association scolded Hungary on Tuesday for claiming it has secured the backing of 16 European countries for Budapest's bid for the 2024 Games. The Hungarian Olympic Committee said Monday that Budapest had received support from the national Olympic bodies from central and southern Europe.


  11. Will Europe Ditch Ukraine Again?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 23 | Real Clear Politics

    Ukraine should not be used as a pawn in Western cooperation with Russia in fighting the so-called Islamic State. The EU's sanctions on Russia come up for renewal in the coming weeks and months.


  12. Anne Applebaum: 'Terrorism is caused not by refugees'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 20 | The Globe and Mail

    In this instalment of The Next Debate, Rudyard Griffiths, chair of the Munk Debates, Canada's leading public-affairs forum, explores the political ramifications of Europe's refugee influx with Anne Applebaum, a Pulitzer Prize-winning author and Warsaw-based columnist with The Washington Post. Eastern Europe has been on the front lines of the refugee crisis.


  13. Should refugees be vetted on the basis of religion?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 18 | Religion News Service

    A Syrian migrant, who said he was pressured by Austria to leave the country for Slovakia, holds prayer beads in front of a building acting as a temporary refugee camp in Gabcikovo, Slovakia, on Oct. 8, 2015. Photo courtesy of REUTERS/David W Cerny *Editors: This photo may only be republished with RNS-REFUGEES-RELIGION, originally transmitted on Nov. 18, 2015.


  14. FOOTBALL: Chievo are Europe's oldest team, Hadjuk Split the youngest - but who are the tallest?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 18 | Yahoo!

    The Italians' playing squad has an average age of 30.6 years, 18 months more than the next oldest, Cyprus clubs APOEL and AEK Larnaca, Turkey 's Akhisar Belediyespor and Rayo Vallecano from La Liga. At the other end of the spectrum, Hadjuk Split from Croatia and Slovakia 's FK Senica are the youngest teams with an average age of 22.1 years.


  15. Hungarian parliament demands court review of EU mandatory migrant quotasRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 17 | Xinhuanet

    Hungary's parliament voted 154 to 41 on Tuesday, passing a law mandating the government to take to court the European Union's decision to impose mandatory migrant redistribution quotas on member states. Under the parliamentary decision, the government must submit an initiative to the European Court of Justice requesting nullification of the EU acquis redistributing refugees among member states on a mandatory basis.


  16. Spotlight: European countries beef up security after Paris terror attacksRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 14 | Xinhuanet

    European countries have beefed up security following Friday's multiple attacks in Paris that killed more than 120 people and drew strong condemnations from the international community. About seven well-coordinated shootings and bombings rocked central Paris Friday night, one of which turned into a hostage taking at the Bataclan theater and concert hall where hundreds of people were attending a rock concert.


  17. The MagyarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 13 | The Free Dictionary

    There are around 13.2-14.5 million Hungarians, of whom 9-9.5 million live in today's Hungary . At least 2.2 million Hungarians live in areas that were part of the Kingdom of Hungary before the 1918-1920 dissolution of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy and the Treaty of Trianon , and are now parts of Hungary's seven neighbouring countries, especially Romania , Slovakia , Serbia and Ukraine .


  18. Luxembourg stun Greece with stoppage time winner as Czech Republic thrash SerbiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 13 | Daily Mail

    Greece slump continues following 1-0 defeat in Luxembourg - who are ranked 89 places below them in the FIFA world rankings Greece's horrific run of form took a turn for the worse after they were beaten 1-0 in Luxembourg courtesy of a stoppage time strike from Aurelien Joachim. Greece have endured a horror run since being knocked out of the World Cup last summer, winning just one game as they finished bottom of their qualifying group for the European Championship.


  19. Hungarya s Orb n To Send 300 Border Police To GreeceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 13 |

    Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor OrbA n has said his country and three other Eastern European nations will send 300 border guards to Greece to help stop the massive influx of migrants currently entering Europe. Speaking at the European migration summit in Valetta, Malta, Mr OrbA n told Hungarian state TV that the so-called "Visegrad Group" of nations - Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic and Slovakia - were sending the guards "in the interests of stopping the refugee wave at the southern borders of Greece."


  20. European elections reform backed by MEPs from three groups onlyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 13 |

    Only MEPs from the centre-right EPP party, the centre-left Socialists and Democrats and the centrist ALDE have voted in favour of making the next European elections more "European", reveals a study of the website VoteWatch Europe published yesterday . According to the resolution passed on 11 November, the next 2019 European elections should be fought with formally endorsed, EU-wide lead candidates for the Commission presidency.