July 16, 2018
Salem-News.com Hungary articles
Salem-News.com (Feb-19-2014 10:32)
Hindus Urge EU to Ensure Safety of Hungarian Roma in View of Chilling Harvard ReportSalem-News.com
Rajan Zed stressed that mechanisms should be urgently developed to protect the vulnerable Roma and racist narrative like “Gypsy crime” should be banned.
Hindus are concerned for the safety of Roma (Gypsies) in Hungary after a Harvard University report indicated “need for measures to ensure the physical and psychological safety of the Roma and other minority groups”.
Salem-News.com (Jan-27-2013 21:18)
Hindus Term Canada Billboards in Hungary Targeting Roma as RacistSalem-News.com
It is unfortunate that Canada spends taxpayer’s money on a campaign also reportedly including newspapers, radio-spots, and bus-shelter notice.
Hindus have termed Canadian government billboards in Hungary targeting Roma (Gypsy) asylum-seekers as highly inappropriate and blatant racism.
Salem-News.com (Dec-03-2012 14:00)
USCIRF Alarmed by Anti-Semitic Remarks in HungarySalem-News.com
“The listing of Jews in Hungary brings up memories of the darkest days of Nazism...” - USCIRF Chair Katrina Lantos Swett
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Marton Gyongyosi, a Hungarian politician from the far-right Jobbik party, has issued a statement urging the government to create a list of Jews who pose a “national security risk.”
Salem-News.com (Sep-11-2012 14:29)
Hindus Laud Hungary for Selecting Gypsy Maltreatment Film for OscarsSalem-News.com
Roma in Hungary, whose estimated numbers sometimes reach around one million, form about ten percent of total Hungary populace.
Hindus have applauded Hungary for selecting “Csak a szél (Just The Wind)”, a disturbing film about Roma (Gypsy) killings, as country’s entry in Foreign Language Film category of next Academy Awards.
Salem-News.com (Aug-23-2010 20:40)
Student Exchange Organization Seeks Salem FamiliesSalem-News.com
STS Foundation, a non profit student exchange organization, is proud to help facilitate these relationships. They have been doing so for more than 20 years and look forward to finding new host families in Salem and connecting them with exchange students.
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International high school exchange students are coming to study in the Salem area during the 2010-11 school year.