Hungary and Vatican State share the same views on peace in Ukraine, the protection of families and the support of Christians, Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó said in Vatican City on Wednesday.
After weeks of the U.S.’s deadliest bird flu outbreak ever, our reporter still found empty shelves in Los Angeles food stores.
Hungarian low-cost carrier Wizz Air has said it is expanding flights between Hungary and Turkey in the coming months.
The Canadian law that entered into force on January 1 prohibits foreigners from buying residential real estate in the country for investment purposes – roadster.hu noted the CNN report.
The Hollywood Reporter wrote that American actor Jeremy Renner had an accident while cleaning snow and was hospitalized. According to his spokesman, his condition is critical but stable.
Joseph Aloisius Ratzinger, i.e. Pope XVI. Benedict, has died at the age of 95. Benedict was the head of the Roman Catholic Church from 2005 until his resignation in 2013. According to the announcement, XVI. Benedict died on Saturday morning at 9:34 a.m. in the Vatican.
Roads in the city of Buffalo reopened to motorists Thursday as snow removal and the search for victims continued, authorities reported 39 confirmed dead in the aftermath of the Christmas blizzard.
One of the Siamese twins separated by a team of Hungarian and Bangladeshi doctors in 2019, Rokaiya, underwent reconstructive surgery before Christmas in an operation led by Hungarian plastic surgeon Gergely Pataki in Bangladesh.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree that enacts special economic measures in response to Western states imposing price ceilings on Russian petroleum products and crude oil. The relevant document was published on the official legal information portal on Tuesday.
A mandatory coronavirus test awaits everyone who comes to Japan from mainland China, the prime minister of the island nation announced on Tuesday, justifying the decision with the worsening epidemic situation in China.