Hungarians are voting in parliamentary elections. Polls suggest prime minister Victor Orban's right-wing Fidesz Party will win a landslide victory.
Speaking to tens of thousands of his supporters, Prime Minister Viktor Orban used emotive language as he focused on immigration. He has been branded as a racist, xenophobe and bully by the UN's human rights chief.
An opposition-backed mayoral candidate has won a surprise victory in a city known as a stronghold for Hungary's ruling right-wing party. The election could be a bellwether for the country's upcoming parliamentary vote.
An anti-migrant video set in Vienna has been pulled off Facebook for breaking community guidelines. In the video, a Hungarian official warned migrants allegedly pushed "white Christians" out of a Vienna neighborhood.
Hungary's foreign minister has called for the resignation of the UN human rights chief for singling out Prime Minister Viktor Orban as one of the "xenophobes and racists" seeking "ethnic, national or racial purity."
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