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| October 24, 2015
The Welcome Dayton program promotes immigrant integration into the greater Dayton region by encouraging business and economic development; providing access to education, government, health and social services; ensuring equity in the justice system; and promoting an appreciation of the arts and culture.
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Tamás Magyarics | August 14, 2015
Despite all the legitimate concerns about the US-Iran nuclear deal, it may be the best that could have been achieved under the circumstances.
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History
| August 7, 2015
As Singapore's Prime Minister from 1959 to 1990, Lee Kuan Yew, who died in March 2015 at the age of 91, presided over many of Singapore's advancements including independence from Malaysia in 1965.
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History
| August 6, 2015
Father Dr. Péter Nemeshegyi, a 93 year old Hungarian Jesuit priest who lived and worked in Japan for 37 years, knew some of the surviving priests who were close to the bombing sites in Hiroshima and Nagasaki. On the 70th anniversary of the first nuclear attack in history, he recalls what they told him of their experiences.
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Int'l relations
| June 1, 2015
Hungary will open five new embassies in South America and Sub-Saharan Africa within the next 18 months in a bid to boost relations, the Hungarian Minister for Foreign Affiars and Trade Péter Szíjjártó said at a conference in his ministry on Monday.
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Bilateral relations
| June 6, 2013
The Vice President of Brazil, Michel Termer told Diplomacy & Trade in Budapest that his country considers Hungary an important partner that can provide important technological solutions, especially in the fields of agriculture and fishing.
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Foreign relations
| March 7, 2013
Hungary may re-open its embassy in Nigeria later this year as part of the country’s opening towards sub-Saharan Africa, according to an interview with Deputy State Secretary Szabolcs Takács of the Hungarian Foreign Ministry.
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Int'l relations
| November 17, 2012
The Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs follows with great concern the situation in the Middle East, resulting in the Gaza Strip rocket attacks on Israel, which responded militarily to protect its population, the Ministry said in a statement.
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Elections
| November 7, 2012
In the First District of the State of Maryland, incumbent Andy Harris has been re-elected to the United States House of Representatives. He is the only member of Hungarian origin the U.S. Congress, part of the Republican majority.
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Foreign relations
| March 19, 2012
Albanian Premier Sali Berisha began an official visit to Budapest on Monday at the invitation of his Hungarian counterpart, Viktor Orbán. The Hungarian Prime Minister stated that Hungary supported Albania's accession to the European Union.
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Int'l relations
Sándor Laczkó | December 15, 2011
Hungarian Foreign Minister János Martonyi held talks on closer cooperation with Libya and Hungary's involvement in post-war reconstruction in the Libyan Tripoli in mid-December. Hungary would like to actively join in the reconstruction of Libya.
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law enforcement
| November 28, 2011
Due to an increasing level of international crime with many of the criminal enterprises having their roots in the CEE region, the United States and Hungary established the International Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA) in 1995.
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Int'l relations
Sándor Laczkó | August 12, 2011
Hungary condemns the brutal action against the Syrian population, calls upon Syria to stop the violence, and welcomes the statement by the chairman of the UN Security Council on behalf of the international community against the use of force.
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Int'l relations
Tamás Magyarics | June 17, 2011
The decade-old American policy towards the Arab world has been based on classic Realpolitik principles; that is, the support of various autocratic regimes, which were able to deliver in three fields. An expert analysis.
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