Tens of thousands participate in March of the Living in HungaryThree Christian bishops among tens of thousands who took part in the March of the Living in Hungary.
Will Raoul Wallenberg's fate finally become known?New initiative launched to find out the truth about the brave Swedish diplomat who saved tens of thousands of Jews in WWII.
Report: Paris attacker had traveled to HungarySenior Hungarian officials say Salah Abdeslam had been in Budapest before the November 13 Paris attacks.
Holocaust document trove unearthed in Budapest apartmentWhile renovating home, couple finds 6,300 documents from before Hungary liquidated its Jews.
Hungary Suffers Two Anti-Semitic Attacks in Less Than a WeekOpen-air Holocaust exhibition vandalized with red paint and swastika drawn opposite synagogue in Hungary's capital city Budapest.
Hungarian Jewish Leaders Apologize to Angela MerkelJewish community president of Hungary apologizes for noting Merkel's visit the first since Adolf Eichmann's.
Merkel, Orban to Mull Over Anti-Semitism in HungaryEuropean leaders to discuss Jobbik, rising tide of hate crimes in Hungary against Jews in visit to Budapest synagogue.
Hungarian Jews Mark 70 Years Since Ghetto LiberationHungarian Jews gather to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the liberation by the Red Army of the Budapest ghetto in World War II.
Holocaust Memorial in Budapest VandalizedBronze shoes stolen from the riverside Holocaust memorial ‘Shoes on the Danube’ in Budapest.
European MPs Condemn Kidnapping in Joint DeclarationOver 20 MPs sign declaration supporting Israel's right to defend against terror, demand PA help return kidnapped students.
Jewish Youth Gather in Budapest to Discuss Global IssuesYouth gather in Budapest for landmark conference to discuss the Jewish community's global contributions.
Hungarian Police Disperse Protest of Holocaust WhitewashPolice in Budapest physically disperse protesters, including survivors, of monument that critics say ignores complicity with Nazis.
Hungarians Protest Monument Whitewashing HolocaustHundreds of protesters occupy construction site of monument seen as absolving Hungarian Holocaust responsibility.
Chief Rabbi, Hungarian President Discuss Anti-SemitismChief Rabbi Lau and Minister Ben-Dahan express concerns in Budapest, ask for Hungary to crack down on terror funding.
70 Years Later: Rabbis Gather for Memorial Ceremony in BudapestRabbis from across Europe gathered in Budapest to mark the 70th anniversary of the murder of Hungarian Jews by the Nazis.
Dutch MEP Says the Pro-Israeli Camp is GrowingBastiaan Belder, Dutch politician and MEP, said Monday that anti-Israel sentiment is mostly on the Left.
Hungary's Jews Mark 70th Anniversary of Nazi InvasionHungarian Jews gather at the Grand Synagogue in Budapest, mark 70th anniversary of Nazi Germany's invasion of the country.
Budapest Mayor to Review Naming of Street After Anti-SemiteMayor of Budapest orders a review of a decision to name a street after an "openly anti-Semitic" author.
Hungary: Anti-Semitic Abusers Given Prison SentencesBudapest court hands down prison sentences to three men who verbally abused visitors to the World Jewish Congress.
Lauder Re-Elected World Jewish Congress HeadWorld Jewish Congress president Ronald Lauder has been re-elected unopposed for a second 4-year term at Hungary conference.
Record Turnout at Budapest Holocaust March Amid Rising RacismA record 10,000 Hungarians take part annual march to commemorate the victims of the Holocaust.
Budapest Jewish Leader Attacked While Leaving SynagoguePolice in Budapest said they have arrested two men after a Jewish community leader was attacked after leaving synagogue Friday night.
PM Meets with Hungarian President On Anti-SemitismPM Binyamin Netanyahu met in Jerusalem with Hungarian President Janos Ader to discuss anti-Semitism in Hungary and regional issues.
70-Year-Old Jew Beaten in Budapest70-year-old Jewish man was brutally beaten last week on the streets of Budapest, near the local synagogue.
Solidarity Protesters Support Former Budapest Chief RabbiAt least 120 protesters wore the yellow star over the weekend in Budapest in solidarity with former Chief Rabbi Joseph Schweitzer, age 90.
Russia: Still Searching for Clues About Wallenberg MysteryThe chief archivist of Russia’s counterintelligence service said it will continue searching for clues about Holocaust hero Raoul Wallenberg.
Hungary, Romania Head Toward 'E. Europe Winter'Could last year's Arab Spring have led to an Eastern European Winter? The warning signs may be there, the EU and the US fear.
Love the Stranger Because You Were Once StrangersThat commandment calls upon Europe now.