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Political populism has an even more sinister meaning.
Central European University, set up by Soros, a Hungarian-born liberal philanthropist, will move part of its operations to Austria from September because of rules forbidding it to issue U.S. degrees.
At least eight staff members of a U.S. government-funded media company that broadcasts in Cuba have been fired for airing a segment that referred to George Soros as a “multimillionaire Jew."
The police turned the case over to the FBI for further investigation.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Hankes said that that the Daily Stormer had seen increased traffic since the 2016 election of President Donald Trump, who is seen by its readers as “a champion for them.”
The decision by Soros’s foundation to uproot its Budapest office and move to Berlin — an echo of its effective expulsion from Russia in 2015 — was a wrenching one, said spokesman Csaba Csontos.
By LAURA KING/LOS ANGELES TIMES
The row surrounding Poland’s Holocaust law will not reverse the evolution of a strategic alliance between Central Europe and the Jewish state.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
The new law aims to punish NGOs helping illegal immigrants.
Late Tuesday night, Barr tweeted: "I apologize sincerely to George Soros."
By AMY SPIRO
The three-year-old colt Justify won the Belmont Stakes on Saturday, after previously winning the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes, the three most prestigious horse racing events of the year.
"The government of Hungary has denigrated and misrepresented our work and repressed civil society for the sake of political gain."
Despite railing against them, ministries work with New Israel Fund grantees and Soros’s foundation.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Orban, a nationalist who won a third successive landslide victory in elections last month, has drawn accusations from critics at home and abroad of taking Hungary on an authoritarian path.
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