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About 45 people are killed every day in the country in violent crimes rarely solved or prosecuted
Demonstrations over proposed Internet tax mark rise of opposition to prime minister’s right-wing Fidesz party
Military leaders must offer substantive concessions to protesters and ensure smooth transition to civilian rule
WATCH: Fault Lines investigates Egypt's relationship with the U.S in the wake of its July 2013 military coup.
Similar move by Australia was slammed by World Health Organization
Group distributes malaria drugs in attempt to keep people with fevers from rushing to Ebola test centers
Mothers, fathers and wives tell stories of how their loved ones vanished—and what little they know of their whereabouts
Families and human rights workers question if high profile disappearances will bring overdue investigations and answers
President Viktor Orban's unpopular Internet tax has ignited wider protests against his rule
As the president resigns a day after demonstrators occupy the parliament and other buildings