Hungarian, Slovak Nationals Charged With Multiple Murder in Budapest

Police have charged a Hungarian and a Slovak man with murdering two people in Budapest in 2016, police officers of both countries told a press conference.

More Than 12,300 Suspicious Financial Transactions Reported in 2019

Financial service providers reported 12,342 suspicious transactions to the authorities last year, daily Magyar Nemzet said.


Let’s All Celebrate the King of Animals

August 10 has been designated World Lion Day since 2013 in order to raise awareness of the plight these majestic and invaluable predators face and the importance of lion conservation efforts. Over the past decades, the prospects of survival for lions, the second largest and one of the most iconic feline species, have greatly deteriorated; […]

Photo of the Day: A dog playing in a fountain

A dog is playing in a fountain in Budapest on 10 August 2020.

Hungarian Film Competing for Golden Globe

“Pilate”, a Hungarian film directed by Linda Dombrovszky and based on a novel by world-renowned Hungarian author Magda Szabó, is competing for the Golden Globe Awards after being selected into the Foreign Language Film Series 2021 programme, the Hungarian Film Institute told MTI on Monday.