Hungary

1262 results

A sign warns of floods as rainfall continues  near inundated streets in the town of Grimma, near Leipzig, Germany. Authorities in the  state of Saxon have declared Grimma a disaster area, according to local media. Photograph: Fabrizio Bensch/Reuters

The worst floods to hit the Czech Republic in a decade forced the evacuation of almost 2,700 people from low-lying areas while the rising water threa(...)

The European Commission will further shift the EU’s policy focus from austerity to structural reforms to revive growth when it presents economic recom(...)

Participants in the March of the Living walk in Budapest last month honoured more than half a million Hungarian Jews killed in the Holocaust during the second World War. Photograph: Reuters/Laszlo Balogh

The anti-Semitism that many fear is on the rise in Hungary struck close to the country’s controversial government this week. Ferenc Orosz, a me(...)

Professor Suzanne Norris wants mass screening for hepatitis C

Irish scientists have identified a number of hepatitis C cases among “health tourists” who had dental work or cosmetic (...)

IMO president Dr Matt Sadlier  said the fact that the Republic had the lowest-paid medical specialists in the English-speaking world would cause significant impairment to the State’s health service. Photograph: Don MacMonagle

Medical specialists in Ireland are now the lowest-paid within the English-speaking world, the president of the Irish Medical Organisation has s(...)

Students saying no  to austerity measures in front of the Cypriot parliament building in Nicosia earlier this week.   Photograph: Milos Bicanski

‘I believe we are at this moment sleeping on a volcano.” Alexis de Tocqueville’s speech to the French national assembly on January 29th, 1848, (...)

Slovenian finance minister Uros Cufer said his country does not need help. "We will need no bailout this year," he said. "I am calm." Photograph: Srdjan Zivulovic/Reuters

Slovenia will not be the next euro member to need a financial rescue as it can afford to wait for lower borrowing costs before issuing new debt(...)

Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban facing criticism, from the United Nation’s human rights office, for Hungary’s constitutional reforms. Photograph Laurent Dubrule (Reuters)

The Un ited Nations' human rights office has added its voice to international criticism of Hungary's constitutional reforms, despite the insist(...)

Orban, at it again

We’ve been here before. Hungary ’s conservative prime minister Victor Orban has form. In the past three years, despite protests from home and a(...)

Falcon Oil & Gas has applied for admission to trading on the London Stock Exchange and the Irish Stock Exchange and the placing of $25 mill(...)

  • « First
  • Prev
  • 123
  • 124
  • 125
  • 126
  • 127
  • Next
  • Last »