Latest World and Local News in Hungary

Latest World and Local News in Hungary​. Read the latest news, written by regional journalism, watch editorials and International headlines on major online newspapers of Hungary.

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Latest World and Local News in Hungary - Newspaper Blikk
Blikk is a Hungarian daily tabloid newspaper published in Budapest, Hungary, owned by the German-Swiss media company, Ringier-Axel Springer. It is one of four tabloid dailies on the Hungarian market including Színes Ász, Bors and Ripost.
Blikk began publishing on 1 March 1994. The newspaper was originally owned by Szikra, but the ownership changed to Ringier in 2004. The paper is published in tabloid format and has its headquarters in Budapest.
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Latest World and Local News in Hungary - Newspaper Nemzeti Sport
Nemzeti Sport is a Hungarian sport daily.
Nemzeti Sport was founded in 1903. It is frequently cited by quality English-language media. The paper is published in broadsheet format.
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Latest World and Local News in Hungary - Digital News Népszabadság Online
Népszabadság was a major left-leaning Hungarian newspaper.
Népszabadság was founded on 2 November 1956 during the Hungarian Revolution as successor of Szabad Nép (meaning Free People in English) which was established in 1942 as the central organ of the dissolved Hungarian Working People’s Party. Népszabadság was also the organ of the party.
Népszabadság had the largest circulation in Hungary until 2002, when it was overtaken by Blikk, a tabloid newspaper and Metropol, a free newspaper. The circulation of Népszabadság then declined and the number of readers fell significantly in the period between 2005 and 2010. Even so, it had the highest circulation amongst political dailies.
In 2003, Népszabadság was subject to a high-profile scandal after the paper published a letter on the front page to be a fake,
The paper was close to the MSZP and Alliance of Free Democrats (SZDSZ) parties and its editorials often supported, though frequently also criticized, the socialist-liberal government. Its international agenda was usually supportive of the EU’s and the USA’s policies, though rare criticism included U.S. President George W. Bush’s “democracy export” initiative.[Népszabadság followed the USA in calling certain countries rogue states or part of the axis of evil and is somewhat critical of Arab countries, both on political and human rights grounds.
The paper was suddenly closed by its owner Mediaworks on 8 October 2016.
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Latest World and Local News in Hungary - Digital News Metropol
Latest World and Local News in Hungary – Digital News Metropol.

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