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Thursday 5 October 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# Hungary

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Homeless man donates chance €2 million lotto win to charity
He bought the ticket with his last few coins.
Singer's image retouched before your eyes in striking music video
Hungarian singer Boggie is entirely transformed during the video for Nouveau Parfum.
Woman questioned over death of man at Arklow pier is released
31-year-old Orsos Csaba – who was originally from Hungary – died when the car he was in entered the water in March of this year.
Last month's floods in central Europe caused more than €12.4 billion of damage
Several major European rivers including the Elbe and the Danube overflowed, causing widespread damage and a number of deaths after heavy rainfall last month.
98-year-old former Nazi charged with World War II crimes
Laszlo Lajos Csatari has been charged over his role in organising the deportation of an estimated 12,000 Jews to World War II death camps.
Nevin, Barnes, Conlan and Quigley all secure at least a bronze in Belarus
However, Tommy McCarthy failed to defeat Azerbaijan’s Teymur Mammadou.
Thousands of homes evacuated as floods threaten more cities
Eight people have been killed in the Czech Republic alone, and police are searching for four others.
Man drives to hospital carrying his own sawn-off arm
Police said the only reason the Hungarian did not bleed to death was that he was in a state of shock.
Irish driver wanted in Hungary can serve sentence in Ireland
The Hungarian government has said Ciarán Tobin can serve his sentence in Ireland if he surrenders himself.
Hungary: Constitutional changes limit powers of top court and president
The fourth change to the country’s constitution since Viktor Orban took power three years ago will also define family as ‘marriage between man and woman’.
Lochte sets second successive world record
The American star finished with a time of 50.71sec in the men’s 100m individual medley semi-finals.
Britton set to lead Ireland at European Cross Country Championships
The Irish athlete has been in good form recently, coming fourth in the VIII Cross de Atapuerca earlier this month
Busy man: Taoiseach in Budapest, Vienna and Berlin today
Enda Kenny meets with two heads of government and picks up his ‘European of the Year’ award today.
We won't 'give in to the IMF,' say Hungarian government ads
The Hungarian government has attacked the IMF with a defiant newspaper advertising campaign.
Chill out United fans... Dutch boss Van Gaal allays Van Persie injury fears
The Old Trafford striker took two knees to the thigh in a challenge with a Hungary defender and was taken off by the Netherlands coach.
Ireland U21 squad announced, as King prepares for must-win games
The Ireland boss has acknowledged that the team cannot afford to lose either of their upcoming fixtures.
Here's all you need to know about tonight's international action
The Irish team’s group rivals, Germany, are in action, as they take on Argentina.
World's 'most wanted' Nazi arrested in Hungary
Laszlo Csizsik-Csatary was sentenced to death by a Czech court in 1948 but fled to Canada and had lived freely.
Hungary v Ireland, International friendly
We went minute-by-minute for Trap’s side’s last pre-Euro 2012 game.
No surprises as Trap names XI to face Hungary
The veteran manager has indicated the same team will also line out against Croatia, barring injuries.
Sycerika McMahon on the Olympic radar as she wins European silver
The 17-year-old swimmer was very impressive in securing second place in the 50m Breaststroke final at the Euro Championships.
Irish team finish sixth in European Swimming Championships final
Meanwhile, there was disappointment for Fiona Doyle and Shani Stallard today.
Melanie Nocher breaks Irish 200m Backstroke record and qualifies for European finals
The Belfast-born swimmer will need to find an extra 0.8 of a second if she is to make the Olympic A standard.
Ready to go: Swim Ireland name team for European Championships
Both Grainne Murphy and Barry Murphy will not be competing in the event, having already qualified for the Olympics.
GALLERY: Ireland's 20 most improved trading partners in 2011
We’ve ranked the countries with which Ireland has the best surplus of exports – and seen where that’s grown in 2011.
FAI to give free tickets away for Hungary-Ireland friendly
The association say the move is a gesture to reward the loyal contingent of Irish fans who intend to travel to Budapest.
Nocher falls short of Olympic qualification, despite victory
The 23-year-old still has an opportunity to qualify at the upcoming European Championships.
Hungary crowns its 'loveliest wheelchair user'
The organisers said the Ms Wheelchair pageant is the first such event in Europe and will be repeated annually. Similar events have been held in the US since the 70s.
EU nations call on Dutch government to condemn far-right website
The website, set up by the far-right Freedom Party, asks people to report central and east Europeans “for general nuisance, pollution and labour market displacement.”
Davis Cup: Ireland face relegation play-off after Hungary loss
The team will travel to Egypt in April after losing out 2-1 in Hungary over the weekend.
Davis Cup update: Ireland behind following doubles loss
The score is currently 2-1, after James McGee and Sam Barry were defeated by their Hungarian counterparts.
WATCH: Hungarians burn banknotes to keep warm
You might not feel like your savings are worth much – but at least they’re not going up in flames…
Nokia to end European phone assembly operation
Around 4,000 jobs are being lost in Finland, Hungary and Mexico as the mobile phone company shifts manufacturing operations into Asia.
Ireland's final warm-up in Budapest confirmed
Trap’s team will make a visit to the Hungarian capital before heading on to Poland for Euro 2012, the FAI said today.
Less than seven hours after Malev collapse, Ryanair announces new Budapest base
The Irish airline is to base four new aircraft in Budapest within a fortnight, and will open 31 routes to replace Malev’s loss.
Dublin passengers left to fend for themselves after Hungarian airline collapses
113 passengers had already checked in for their Malev flight to Budapest flight before being told their airline had collapsed.
FAI confirm warm-up friendlies ahead of Euro 2012 campaign
Bosnia and Herzogovina will visit the Aviva for the final home game while Trap’s side will visit Hungary before the championships in Poland and Ukraine.
Hungary could lose EU funding over failure to sort domestic budget
Although the Budget deficit for 2012 will be within EU limits of 3 per cent of GDP, it’s only because of one-off windfalls.
Hungary likely to back down in EU legal dispute
Viktor Orban has given indications that he will bow to EU pressure and undo constitutional changes which go against EU law.