This October, quadruplets were born in Debrecen at the University Clinics Center. Now, the children are strong enough to leave the hospital.
On Friday night (29th of November), a man was tied to a chair on the terrace of a pub, by this morning, he died of hypothermia.
35-year-old Hungarian actress Marina Gera won Emmy Award last night.
CNN reports about a great achievement: “Hungarian scientists may have found a fifth force of nature.”
British music band, Coldplay will not go on a tour to present their new album, Everyday Life, because band members are worried about the environmental burden of their concerts.
UNICEF’s Child Friendly City 2019 title has been awarded to Tata, in western Hungary, and Jászboldogháza, in the country’s central-east.
Science is a “shared edifice” on which the researchers of vastly different nations work to understand the same truths, President János Áder said at the opening of the World Science Forum in Budapest.
Three Hungarian hotels operating in historic castles have been awarded by Heritage Hotels of Europe as an appreciation of the work done to “bring the historic buildings back to life”, the Association of Hungarian Historic Buildings and Castle Hotels said.
A Dutch citizen of Iraqi origin was sentenced to eight years in prison by a court in Debrecen in eastern Hungary for attempting to smuggle 36 people from Hungary to western Europe.
This morning (18th of November), at about 3:00 am, there was a huge explosion in Püspökladány (Hajdú-Bihar county).