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.
Hungary's far-right Jobbik party has secured its first victory with a single candidate. The extremists' attempts to appeal to mainstream voters appear to have borne fruit. Csaba Tibor Toth reports from Budapest.
Hungary's far-right party, Jobbik, appears to have gained political ground from ruling party Fidesz. The controversial political group has drawn international criticism for its anti-Semitic and anti-Roma rhetoric.
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.
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