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Friday 1 December 2023 Dublin: 0°C

# Hungary

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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.
EU takes legal action against Hungary over new constitution
Constitutional changes made before Christmas undermined the independence of the central bank and the judiciary.
Hungarian president accused of plagiarising doctoral thesis
Hungary’s leading economic weekly has accused the president of copying almost all of his PhD thesis.
The Daily Fix: Thursday
In tonight’s fix: A bad day for jobs, a good day for the government – and for some primary teachers, and which important group want help from JobBridge interns?
Hungary asks EU to explain legal threats over new constitution
While it continues preliminary talks on an EU-IMF bailout, the EU has also threatened legal action over Hungary’s new laws.
The Daily Fix: Friday
In tonight’s fix: Some parents to lose child benefit; continued rows over pensions debacle; Ray Grehan bankrupt – in England – and all the other bits you may have missed.
Fitch ratings agency downgrades Hungary to junk status
The agency also said there was a more than 50 per cent chance of another downgrade within two years.
Watch: thousands take to the streets to protest against Hungarian government
Opposition groups claim that the governing Fidesz party have passed laws which will erode democracy.
What's in the new EU deal - and what does it mean for Ireland?
We try to cut through the legal language and figure out precisely what 26 EU members have signed up to in Brussels.
Hungary may adopt new EU deal - with UK veto the only obstacle to Treaty change
Hungary may now also sign up to the deal agreed by euro members overnight – leaving the UK as the only EU member outside it.
In full: the deal struck by 26 of the 27 EU members
The full text of the deal adopted by euro members, and by at least six – and potentially nine – of the other 10 EU members.
UK and Hungary veto plans for EU Treaty change after all-night talks
Overnight talks in Brussels fail to reach a deal, with at least 23 countries instead signing up to a ‘fiscal compact’.
Retailers warn Dublin airport is 'a hub' for cigarette smuggling
Retailers Against Smuggling has called for the government to impose a minimum fine for cigarette smuggling.
On Ireland's bailout anniversary, Hungary seeks EU-IMF assistance
Oh the irony…
Aquatic Centre attracts synchronised swim and water polo Olympians
Britain’s water polo team will train here ahead of the London Olympics, bringing to four the number of squads we’ve attracted here for training – so the games are not proving to be exactly the goldmine we hoped for.
Murder investigation launched over Budapest bodies
Local reports say a man claims he survived being buried alive, but that more victims could be found.
Nazi war crimes suspect acquitted
Sandor Kepiro, 97, has been acquitted of war crime charges related to the execution of 35 Serbs and Jews in Serbia in 1942.
Whatever happened the Habsburgs...and three other fallen dynasties?
The story of the Habsburgs and other famous dynasties that are no more.
Canine contortions: Photos from the dog and frisbee championships
Gallery: Dog days in Hungary as people and pooches compete in the Skyhoundz Disc Dog European Championships.
Elvis to be named honorary citizen of Budapest
Iconic singer Elvis Presley is to be posthumously honoured in Hungary because of his support for the country’s anti-Soviet revolution in 1956.
Iran invites world powers to tour nuclear sites
Iran invites the EU and several other powers to tour the country’s contentious nuclear sites, buts snubs its greatest critic – the United States.
Hungary races to build emergency dam
Authorities fear the toxic sludge reservoir could completely collapse and send a second poisonous flood into the nearby villages and rivers.
Hungarian village evacuated as new reservoir damage found
Village of over 700 evacuated amid fears of fresh toxic sludge leak.
IN PICS: Death toll rises but Danube toxic sludge fear recedes
PICS: The toxic sludge disaster wreaks havoc to homes in Hungary.
Hungary toxic sludge spill reaches Danube
The toxic sludge has reached one of Europe’s main waterways.
Hungary declares emergency as toxic sludge leak kills four
GALLERY: A toxic by-product of alumina production leaks out and kills at least four, with more missing.