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Sexual assault victims from Ukraine face challenges in Poland, Hungary
According to a Center for Reproductive Rights report, sexual assault victims, LGBT Ukrainians, and minorities fleeing the war have to deal with sexual healthcare limitations in Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, and Romania.
Hungary blocks new tranche of EU tool to boost military aid to Ukraine
Budapest says it will not approve any EU support for Ukraine that requires unanimity, including sanctions against Russia, until Kyiv removes a Hungarian bank from its list of "international war sponsors".
Budapest says Brussels 'biased' and 'unfairly' withholding EU funds
Brussels is currently withholding nearly €28 billion in EU funds from Hungary and Budapest will not get the totality of the money until it implements 27 so-called "super milestones" negotiated with the Commission.
Nine EU countries join forces to ditch unanimity on foreign policy
Under current rules, all foreign policy decisions in the EU require the unanimous approval of the 27 member states.
Hungary hosts event to rally global far-right
By hosting the European version of CPAC, the leading conservative conference in the US, Hungary's aims to cement its role as leader in global far-right.
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Pope Francis leaves Hungary after urging nation "to open its doors"
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EU-led talks to lift bans on tariff-free Ukrainian grain fail
Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Romania and Bulgaria have complained about an oversupply of Ukrainian cereals.