The Moscow-backed bank's staff are reportedly being granted full diplomatic immunity by their Hungarian hosts.
People & Power
2 July 2019 GMT+3
Bill passed by right-wing Orban government enables takeover of research bodies run by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
15 June 2019 GMT+3
Neither Hungary nor Myanmar have a 'Muslim population' problem.
by Ibrahim Kalin
1 June 2019 GMT+3
Ukrainian captain of Viking Sigyn cruise ship denied bail as police identify seven South Korean tourists who died.
31 May 2019 GMT+3
Budapest does a U-turn on judicial reform as centrists keep hold of European Parliament.
31 May 2019 GMT+3
Chances of locating more survivors 'very slim' as relatives of South Korean victims depart for Hungary's capital.
30 May 2019 GMT+3
Authorities detain 64-year-old Ukrainian citizen over incident in the capital, Budapest, involving two tourist ships.
18 November 2019 GMT+3
The Mermaid was docked when it was involved in a collision with a cruise ship, the Viking.
9 May 2019 GMT+3
A watchdog accuses German police of 'choking and squeezing genitals' of Afghan man while he was being expelled.
Counting the Cost
20 April 2019 GMT+3
Russia plans to move the headquarters of its development bank to Budapest, raising anxiety levels in European capitals.
20 March 2019 GMT+3
As part of the suspension, Fidesz will lose all membership privileges including voting rights with immediate effect.
21 February 2019 GMT+3
The Iraqis' asylum claims were rejected by Hungary and they were denied food while being held in the transit zone.
19 February 2019 GMT+3
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban launches media blitz accusing EU, Soros of wanting to 'weaken border defence'.
18 February 2019 GMT+3
Polish prime minister withdrew delegation after Israeli acting minister said 'Poles collaborated with the Nazis.'
10 February 2019 GMT+3
Prime Minister Viktor Orban also announces raft of measures intended to address Hungary's declining population.
The company's directors were sentenced to two and a half years in prison for endangering the public by criminal negligence.
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