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16 Mar
The papers react to US allegations that China is willing to offer military aid to Russia in the war against Ukraine. Also, we look at how another of Vladimir Putin's allies, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban is distancing himself from Russia ahead of legislative elections next month. Finally, Emmanuel Macron gets a roasting in the British papers over attempts to (sartorially) emulate Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky!
27 Oct 2021
Marine Le Pen heavily criticized the European Union during her visit with the Hungarian prime minister in Budapest. Viktor Orban praised Le Pen and said she would help renew Europe's political right wing.
30 Dec 2020
In a DW interview, Israeli Ambassador Yacov Hadas-Handelsman condemns anti-Semitic statements made by individual Hungarian politicians. Overall, however, he praises the Fidesz government.
13 Dec 2020
A scandal involving a founding member of Fidesz has revealed the hypocrisy of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's homophobic and anti-EU government, DW editor Keno Verseck writes in this analysis.
23 Jul 2020
The owner of leading independent news portal Index.hu has dismissed its editor-in-chief, Szalbocs Dull. Hungary's media landscape has been transformed under nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban.
6 Apr 2018
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban is hoping his campaign against migration will secure him a third consecutive term in office. But is the issue still weighing heavily on voters’ minds? DW’s Fanny Facsar reports from Budapest.

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