Thousands of Hungarians marched in Budapest to protest against anti-semitism and racism. The demonstration was organized after an extreme-right lawmaker proposed making lists of the country's Jewish citizens.
Tens of thousands of Hungarians have staged anti-corruption protests in Budapest and other cities, challenging Prime Minister Viktor Orban's refusal to dismiss tax authority head Ildiko Vida.
Edit, a teacher from Hungary, got in touch with Life Links on Facebook. When she fell in love with a Jewish man more than 10 years ago, she didn't know how deeply that would affect her family.
Hungary is home to the third largest Jewish population in Europe. That community is feeling increasingly under threat, as anti-Semitic discourse enters the mainstream.
Germany’s foreign minister has told a meeting of the World Jewish Congress to condemn all forms of anti-Semitism. Guido Westerwelle said that such hatred was not in keeping with the values that the EU was founded upon.