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Hungary to offer citizens booster COVID-19 jabs from August 1
Prime Minister Viktor Orban confirmed citizens would be offered their third doses from August, regardless of age, health, or which vaccine they initially received.
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Without effective rail connections from Belgrade to Greece, “this railway will go from nowhere to nowhere,” says Laszlo Varju, an MP for the centre-left Democratic Coalition party.
Coronavirus: Bayern Munich fans could face quarantine after Super Cup
Bayern Munich and Sevilla are scheduled to meet in Budapest on Thursday but Germany's public health institute deems the Hungarian capital a "high risk" area for the coronavirus.
Budapest's mayor snubs Orban over access to EU climate change cash
Budapest wants to cut out Hungary's government and get direct access to EU green transition cash.
Ukrainian captain of ship involved in Danube river disaster charged
The Ukranian captain of a Swiss-owned ship involved in the deadly disaster on the River Danube in May has been charged with misconduct.
Hungarian opposition challenges Orban for Budapest mayorship
Five opposition parties have joined forces to support a single, common candidate in Sunday's municipal election in Budapest: 44-year-old socialist Gergely Karacsony.
Bubi bikes in Budapest: Hungary aims to become cycle-friendly
Budapest is working to become a bike-friendly city, with a growing network of dedicated paths, and a fleet of shared bicycles, known as Bubi bikes.
Will EU parliament discipline Hungary?
Politicians prepare to vote on launching Article 7 amid claims of Budapest breaching EU law
The Brief from Brussels: EU, Hungary row rumbles on
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
No 'systemic threat' to rule of law - EU official on Hungary
Hungary’s coming under pressure to allay EU fears that its controversial policies, including on higher education, go against the bloc’s values on rights and…