Hungarian orchestra conductor invents music-enhancing face mask

Fischer's invention is proving popular with concertgoers, with dozens of people wearing the mask as they took their seats at Friday's performance.

IAF completes joint exercise with Germany, first since coronavirus began

The exercise, called "MAG Days," is a quadrennial event designed to maintain NATO's operational readiness.

Hungary summons German ambassador over EU minister's antisemitism critique

Szijjarto rejected the accusations but did not specify where the comments by Minister of State for Europe Michael Roth were published.

A still from the movie ‘1945’ showing the two Jewish protagonists at a railway station in rural Hung
Hungary’s Jewish group expels rabbi who said Zionism causing new Holocaust

It’s an unusual development for Eastern and Central Europe, where leaders of Jewish communities are rarely expelled and seldom express acrimonious public criticism of Israel.

Orthodox Jews of the Satmar Hasidim in the village of Kiryas Joel, New York
Rav Tzi Hersh of Liska's 146th yahrzeit commemorated

To this day, on the day of his yahrzeit, the 14th day of Av, thousands of people from all around the world are still traveling to Liska to pray at his grave.

Hungary draws Israel into a coalition of disgruntled conservatives

“If there were a competition among countries of who is most attacked by the world media, Israel and Hungary would be among the top three for sure” – Hungary's foreign minister.

Hungarian FM: EU must give Trump plan a chance

Hungary has been one of a small number of EU member states - Czech Republic and Austria are the others - that consistently blocked statements against the Trump plan.

Ministers Gabi Ashkenazi and Yizhar Shay with Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó
Israel asks IAEA member Hungary to act on Iran nuclear violations

The world “must hold Iran accountable and act strongly against Iran’s malign activities,” Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi said.

Hungarian FM makes solidarity visit with Israel amid COVID-19, annexation

Szijjártó will only visit Jerusalem, where he will meet with Netanyahu, Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi and Science Minister Yizhar Shay.

Hungarian President Viktor Orban (left) and Jewish Philanthropist George Soros
In blow to Orban's feud with Soros, Hungary loses fight over financing law

The law is part of measures taken by the Hungarian government against what it sees as unfair foreign influence, linked to its disagreements with Soros, who was born in Budapest.

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