- New Rubik's Cube models include puzzle for blind Updated: Dec-01-13 2:26 pm
- China looking for new markets in Eastern Europe Updated: Nov-26-13 10:43 am
- Kazakh city of Almaty to host weightlifting worlds Updated: Nov-21-13 4:31 pm
- Hungarian Nobel winner OK after hip fracture Updated: Nov-21-13 1:17 pm
- Hungary fines 11 banks $43 million for collusion Updated: Nov-20-13 1:32 pm
- Hungarian capital bans homeless from public areas Updated: Nov-14-13 1:47 pm
- Hungary: Baby delivered from brain-dead mother Updated: Nov-13-13 10:09 am
- Rights group criticizes Hungary on domestic abuse Updated: Nov-06-13 4:02 pm
- Kazakhstan fined for multiple doping cases Updated: Nov-06-13 12:39 pm
BUDAPEST, Hungary - Company executives say new models of Rubik's Cube are being launched in an effort to battle counterfeit models, many of which are made in China.
BUCHAREST, Romania - China is on a charm offensive in Eastern Europe, an attempt to secure business ties in a region where the European Union and Russia are increasingly jostling for influence.
BUDAPEST, Hungary - Almaty will host the weightlifting world championships in 2014 in a switch from Kazakh capital Astana.
BUDAPEST, Hungary - Doctors say Imre Kertesz, the 2002 winner of the Nobel Prize in literature, is in stable, satisfactory condition after breaking his hip and undergoing surgery.
BUDAPEST, Hungary - Hungary's competition watchdog says it has fined 11 banks a total of 9.48 billion forints ($43 million) for collusion in connection with their clients' repayments of mortgages denominated in foreign currencies.
BUDAPEST, Hungary - Budapest's city council has banned the homeless from living in many public areas of the city, including playgrounds, train stations, cemeteries, and the Hungarian capital's largest park.
BUDAPEST, Hungary - A university hospital in Hungary says a premature but healthy baby was delivered after doctors kept the child's brain-dead mother on life support for three months.
BUDAPEST, Hungary - A human rights group says that, despite some recent changes, domestic violence victims are still at risk in Hungary because of legal loopholes, ineffective police responses and cultural stereotypes.
BUDAPEST, Hungary - The International Weightlifting Federation has fined Kazakhstan $500,000 after nine lifters were found to have committed doping offenses.