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Spanish Swimmer Forfeits World Championship Race To Honor Barcelona Attack Victims
"I felt better than if I won all the gold in the world."
None Of The 10 Best Cities To Live In The World Are In The U.S.
Researchers say it's partly because of Donald Trump.
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Resistance Grows Against Hungarian Government's Authoritarianism
Senior Advisor, Human Rights First
Budapest is seeing its largest anti-government protests in years.
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Budapest Protesters Fight Government Shutdown Of Soros-Founded University
Critics say Hungarian legislation appears aimed at dismantling foreign-based schools like Central European University.
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Son Thanks Mom Who Cared For His Dad For 20 Years With 20 Adventures
He and his partner are on an "amazing journey" with her in Europe.
Smart City: Better Budapest
Cultural Consultant, Writer, Speaker.
One thing that is cleared shared across the continent is the challenged of involving citizens in cultural projects and planning
9 European Cities You Probably Haven't Visited Yet - But Totally Should
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With its irresistible fusion of youthful optimism and rich history, Hungary's vibrant capital is having a serious moment
What Colbert and Springsteen Can Teach the Next President about American Power
Managing Director, Center for Transatlantic Relations (CTR), J...
Back in the '60s and '70s, American popular culture played an incredibly important role for us in Communist Eastern Europe, turning our heads toward freedom and democracy. Even the most repressive regimes in Russia and East Germany could not put the "Rock and Roll Genie" back into the bottle.
From Baths to Ruin Pubs in Budapest
Josh Ferry Woodard
Travel writer, content creator, blogger and manager of the Tin...
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5 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do in Budapest, Hungary on a Budget
Travel Writer; The Artsy Voyager “cultural tourism”: travel wi...
There are lots of affordable ways to enjoy this city, which in case you didn't know, is divided in two by the Danube river -- hilly, more-residential Buda on one side and Pest, where all the action is, on the other.
How a Dirty Underpass in a Hungary Railway Station Became a Little Isle of Humanity
Krisztina Danka, Ph.D.
Documentary filmmaker; College Lecturer; Human rights advocate
When I lay down in my comfortable apartment in Budapest, Hungary, all I could see in my mind are images of babies and little children lying on the dirty floor of Budapest's railway stations, or a damp field near the border waiting for their transfer to a new, safer and better life.
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'Love Will Win': Syrian Refugee Couple's Kiss Is A Moment Of Grace Amid Crisis
The tender photograph was taken at a makeshift camp in Budapest.
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Facebook Group Helps Migrants, Refugees Cut Through Red Tape, Enter Camps
The most important service volunteers provide is information.
Up Close and Personal: the Refugee Crisis in Hungary
W. Hunter Roberts
Doctor of Divinity, spiritual pundit and prophet
American visitors were rare back then. Yet they welcomed me, an American woman from an "enemy state" with open arms. Now, 25 years later, I am in Hungary and they are coming, expecting the same sort of open arms. Instead they find fences and fear.
Why We Desperately Need to Help Syrian Refugee Children Get to School
Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom; UN Special Envoy ...
Europe will need to do far more to provide for asylum seekers within our borders. But while Europe copes with tens of thousands, Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey urgently need more aid to cope with millions.
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Hundreds Of Migrants And Refugees To Walk 150 Miles From Hungary To Austria
Photographs of the march show children in strollers, elderly people in wheelchairs and people on crutches making the journey.
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