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VIKTOR ORBÁN WINS FOURTH CONSECUTIVE TERM AS HUNGARY’S PRIME MINISTER

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The nationalist Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orban has won a fourth term by a landslide in the country’s general election.

Near-complete results showed that his right-wing Fidesz party had 53.1% of votes with 98% counted, preliminary results show, while the opposition alliance led by Peter Marki-Zay was far behind with 35%.

In his victory speech, Orban criticized Brussels bureaucrats and President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky, calling them opponents.

Zelensky has repeatedly criticized Orban’s ban on the transfer of arms to Ukraine, with which it shares a border.

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GUNMEN KILL TWO FRSC PERSONNEL ON PATROL IN ANAMBRA STATE

A patrol team of the Federal Road Safety Corps FRSC comprising of an officer, a driver, and two other staff were yesterday attacked by gunmen along the Igbo-Uku-Uga route in Anambra State, killed two personnel with one sustaining severe injuries. The team was conducting routine patrol operations in the area when the armed men opened fire at them, killing two of the corps officers while another escaped into the bush. […]

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