Hungarian Jews Mark 70 Years Since LiberationHungarian Jews gather to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the liberation by the Red Army of the Budapest ghetto in World War II.
Hungary Erects Monument Despite ProtestsWWII monument detracts from Holocaust, glosses over Hungarian anti-Semitism, demonstrators say.
Hungary Remembers Holocaust Amid ProtestsJewish, civil rights groups continue to boycott Holocaust memorial events amidst rising anti-Semitism in the government.
Chief Rabbi, Hungarian Pres. Discuss Anti-SemitismChief Rabbi Lau and Minister Ben-Dahan express concerns in Budapest, ask for Hungary to crack down on terror funding.
Hungary's Jews Mark Anniversary of Nazi InvasionHungarian Jews gather at the Grand Synagogue in Budapest, mark 70th anniversary of Nazi Germany's invasion of the country.
Vandals Desecrate Jewish Cemetery in HungarySwastikas and "Smelly Jews" spray-painted on tombstones of Jewish cemetery in Tatabanya, Hungary.
Hungary Backpedals on Disputed Holocaust MonumentBudapest responds to Jewish groups' outrage at monument, which allegedly whitewashes its role in the Holocaust.
Hungarian Jews Seek Return of Looted ScrollsHungarian Jewish leaders talking with Russia over the return of a collection of religious items looted by the Red Army.
'Hungarian Politicians Use Jews to Gain Votes'Hungarian Chief Rabbi blames politicians, city mayor for anti-Semitic rally held in former synagogue, claims anti-Semitism 'gains votes'.
Hungarian Amb. Summoned Over Holocaust DenialNew ambassador summoned by Foreign Ministry over Hungary's growing Holocaust whitewashing and anti-Semitism.
Hungarian Jews Pull Out of Holocaust MemorialHungary's largest Jewish organization pulls out of Holocaust memorial year, says PM Orban is "ignoring" the sensitivities of survivors.
Hungarian Jews a Boycott of Holocaust MemorialsJewish leaders in Hungary the government is whitewashing the country's role in the deportation of Jews to Nazi camps.
Hungary's Deputy PM: We Turned Our Backs on JewsHungary must acknowledge its role during the Holocaust, the country's deputy prime minister says.
Budapest Mayor to Review Anti-Semite Street NameMayor of Budapest orders a review of a decision to name a street after an "openly anti-Semitic" author.