At about 1.30am on 16 June, a group of 50 to 60 people stormed the Kremikovtsi area of Garmen, a Roma residential area of the village in south west Bulgaria, near the border with Greece.
Arriving at Budapest’s Ferenc Liszt International Airport the other day I made my way to the pick-up zone.
Welcome to our liveblog of Hungary’s local elections – with a focus on fascist party Jobbik.
Two lynchings, nearly 60 years apart.
When Jobbik’s leader, Gabor Vona, visited London on Sunday 26 January 2014, he was rightly greeted by a Unite Against Fascism protest and a howl of derision from the press and media. For Hungary’s Jobbik is an unashamedly racist and fascist organisation.