A new musical fountain with a water surface of almost 500 square meters opened in the eastern Hungarian town of Nyíregyháza. You can listen to songs by Ferenc Erkel, Queen, and Adele, among others. This article was originally posted on our sister-site, Ungarn Heute. Translation by Júlia Tar The grandiose tourist attraction was built in
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Petrol prices are breaking records virtually from week to week, recently surpassing the HUF 500 limit. Naturally, the high costs have led to political debates too. Several on the opposition side wants the Orbán administration to finally “do something,” instead of hesitating. The Prime Minister, however, hasn’t ruled out a price freeze. On Wednesday, the
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As of next year, some food manufacturers in the Czech Republic, including Danone or Nestlé, will start labelling their products with colour codes to inform consumers about their nutritional value. The easier navigation of food packaging has been promoted by a platform called Pro Nutri-score, which includes some major medical organisations and food manufacturers.
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Returning to Bosnia after more than two years, Davor Dragicevic, father of murdered youngster David Dragicevic, said he would be pressing the new state prosecutor to finally solve a case that has vexed Bosnia for years.
Sarajevo will install a memorial to the mostly Serb victims killed in 1992 and 1993 at Kazani in the hills above the city on the orders of a Bosniak commander of a Bosnian Army brigade, but without naming the perpetrators.