Events of 17 February in numbers:
China has more than 80 running or pending clinical trials on potential treatments for COVID-19, the illness caused by a coronavirus that has thus far killed nearly 1,400 people and infected more than 48,000 across China.
The government will submit a proposal to lawmakers to suspend compensation payments to prisoners who sue the state over poor prison conditions, the justice minister said.
A Serbian national who attempted to smuggle five Syrians into Hungary was arrested near the border after evading inspection by border agents earlier on, the police said on its website.
Budapest exhibitions operator Hungexpo will host the Travel 2020 show between February 27 and March 1.
Hungarian insurers have approved almost 2.2 billion forints in claims by homeowners whose property was damaged by recent storms, the Hungarian Insurers Association (MABISZ) said.
With the first heralds of spring in their full blooming glory, our other plants will soon follow, respectively.
Come join us on February 23 for a Wild Costume Party and help us drive winter away and celebrate the arrival of spring. Our event will feature a true riot of colors, partly provided by our residents with unique natural “costumes” that may serve various purposes, from standing out to blending in – attend our […]
The inauguration of the embossment of Kálmán Rák was held this afternoon at the Internal Medicine Clinic of the University of Debrecen.
Eight illegal migrants were taken to the Létavértes police station on 17 February 2020.