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Interview: Hungarian ambassador on sustainability and China

China.dot.org 18 Oct 2021
In a recent interview with China.org.cn, prior to a promotional event of the Planet Budapest 2021 Sustainability Expo and Summit, the ambassador talked about Hungary's efforts to pursue sustainability ... 5, 2021, Hungary will host the Planet Budapest 2021 Sustainability Expo and ...
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Pre-conference to promote the Planet Budapest 2021 Sustainability Expo and Summit held in Beijing

China.dot.org 18 Oct 2021
"The event aims to raise awareness about ... Balazs Heincz, director general of the Department for Water Diplomacy and the Danube Region Strategy at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary, introduced the mission and content of the event via video link from Budapest.
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England hit with stadium ban for European Championship final chaos at Wembley

The Daily Telegraph 18 Oct 2021
Much like the stadium ban imposed on Hungary for the ... It will almost certainly avoid another stadium ban in any event, partly because of the lack of a joined-up approach mentioned above and partly because Hungary may also be held responsible for their own supporters’ conduct.
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Ban will hurt but the FA still needs to answer some tough questions

The Observer 18 Oct 2021
It also was with an unwelcome sigh, no doubt, that the familiar feeling was greeted again after the events of 11 July ... The punishment, applied by Uefa, does not answer any number of unresolved questions about the events at Wembley ... Then again, given the stubborn silence from the FA and the Met which has followed the events, maybe it won’t.
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“I view German reports on Hungary extremely critically, with certain dismay” – Interview with Former ...

Hungary Today 17 Oct 2021
Here in Hungary, we often have the feeling that our country or domestic political events appear overrepresented in the German media ... I can only note a complete exaggeration of events up to bizarre one-sidedness of morally insensitive reporting and commenting, and I can also note ...
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CPAC set to stage far-right conference in Hungary -- as federal prosecutors zero in

Raw Story 14 Oct 2021
In a statement to Salon, CPAC's acting communications director, Regina Bratton, acknowledged that the event is scheduled for late March of 2022 in Hungary, saying the organization hopes it will be a "huge success." ... Another individual familiar with planning for the Hungary event told Salon that the ACU has been closely involved from the beginning.
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CPAC set to stage far-right conference in Hungary, as federal prosecutors zero in

Democratic Underground 14 Oct 2021
In a statement to Salon, CPAC's acting communications director, Regina Bratton, acknowledged that the event is scheduled for late March of 2022 in Hungary, saying the organization hopes it will be a "huge success." ... host a future event," she continued.
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Police in England defend tactics in violent clash with Hungary fans

The Irish Times 14 Oct 2021
The Metropolitan police in England have defended their tactics in a violent confrontation with Hungary fans at Wembley on Tuesday night ... The Met’s response came as Fifa announced it had opened disciplinary proceedings in relation to events at England’s World Cup qualifier and said it strongly condemned the violence.
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Ronaldo rampant, Denmark stays perfect to book spot

China Daily 14 Oct 2021
And yet more crowd trouble in a game between England and Hungary ... Events on the field were overshadowed by clashes between police officers and Hungary supporters at the start of the match, sparked-according to police-by a visiting fan making "racially aggravated" comments toward a steward.
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Ronaldo scores hat-trick, Danes punch Qatar 2022 ticket

Dawn 14 Oct 2021
And yet more crowd trouble in a game between England and Hungary ... Events on the field were overshadowed by clashes between police officers and Hungary supporters at the start of the match, sparked according to police by a visiting fan making “racially aggravated” comments toward a steward.
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Metropolitan Police defend tactics used against Hungary fans at Wembley

Yahoo Daily News 13 Oct 2021
The Metropolitan Police have defended their tactics in a violent confrontation with Hungary fans at Wembley on Tuesday night ... The Met’s response came as Fifa announced it had opened disciplinary proceedings in relation to events at England’s World Cup qualifier and said it strongly condemned the violence.
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From Montenegro fans' racist abuse of England stars in 2019 to a night of ugly ...

The Daily Mail 13 Oct 2021
The pictures of Hungary fans fighting with riot police at Wembley Stadium on Tuesday night were shocking, albeit not unexpected ... Here, Sportsmail takes a look at a timeline of shameful events, from 2019 to now... A police officer strikes a Hungary fan with his baton during ugly scenes at Wembley Stadium ... October 12, 2021 - England v Hungary.
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EU picks off Czech Republic. Next up for EU…Poland then Hungary (Part 2) [VIDEO]

The Liberty Beacon 13 Oct 2021
In Hungary, which is facing an election next year, a similar thing is happening ... Hungary and Poland are next ... Austria is down, Czech Republic is pretty much out, then Hungary ... Without this support, Hungary will lose its rights ... Yet events in France and the rise of Eric Zemmour, who has spoken out in support of Hungary, may influence this.
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Ronaldo scores hat trick, Denmark qualifies for World Cup

Independent Tribune 13 Oct 2021
And yet more crowd trouble in a game between England and Hungary ... Events on the field were overshadowed by clashes between police officers and Hungary supporters at the start of the match, sparked — according to police — by a visiting fan making "racially aggravated" comments toward a steward.
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Ronaldo scores hat-trick, Denmark secure place in Qatar World Cup

Al Jazeera 13 Oct 2021
And yet more crowd trouble in a game between England and Hungary ... Events on the field were overshadowed by clashes between police officers and Hungary supporters at the start of the match, sparked – according to police – by a visiting fan making “racially aggravated” comments towards a steward.
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