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Hungary Sets Vote For April With Orban Facing Tight Race.

Hungary's president has set April 3 as the date for the Central European country's next general elections, expected to be a tough test for Prime Minister Viktor Orban and his right-wing government.

"I announce the date (for the parliamentary) election as April 3," President Janos Ader said in a statement posted on his website.

Orban, a nationalist who has been in power since 2010, faces a challenge to his rule with multiple opposition parties agreeing to unite behind one candidate for the first time.

Recent polls suggest a close race against the coalition's candidate for prime minister, Peter Marki-Zay.

Orban's critics say his ruling Fidesz party has dismantled democratic institutions in Hungary, while trashing judicial independence and controlling the media.

He has also stepped up an anti-LGBT campaign as part of an ongoing drive to depict itself as the guardian of Christian values against Western liberalism that also includes a hard-line anti-immigration policy.

Judge Jeanine looks back at her southern border investigations.

Judge Jeanine looks back at her southern border investigations.

'Justice with Judge Jeanine' host takes a look back on her visits to the US-Mexico border. #FoxNews #JudgeJeanine Subscribe to Fox News! Watch more Fox News Video: Watch Fox News Channel Live: FOX News Channel (FNC) is a 24-hour all-encompassing n...

Despite Omicron, Asian Americans Get Ready for Lunar New Year.

Despite Omicron, Asian Americans Get Ready for Lunar New Year.

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What makes West Africa fertile ground for military coups - DW News.

What makes West Africa fertile ground for military coups - DW News.

Not long after the New Year began, another West African country announced yet a new attempted coup. The government of Burkina Faso said last week that it had averted a plot by armed forces to take over the country. Last year there were military ta...

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UK accuses Russia of plotting to install pro-Kremlin leader to head Ukraine's government.

UK accuses Russia of plotting to install pro-Kremlin leader to head Ukraine's government.

Britain has accused Russia of a shadowy plot to install a pro-Kremlin government in Kyiv as Moscow weighs up a further invasion of Ukraine. In a highly unusual move that appeared to be based on specially declassified intelligence, the Foreign Offi...

Churches everywhere on the South Side yet so much violence - Rooftop Revelations.

Churches everywhere on the South Side yet so much violence - Rooftop Revelations.

On the 63rd day of his 100-day rooftop vigil to raise funds for a transformative community center on the South Side of Chicago, Pastor Corey Brooks raised this issue with his assistant pastor at New Beginnings Church, TJ Grooms. #FoxNews #DigitalO...

UK will stand 'shoulder to shoulder' with Kyiv but 'extremely unlikely' to send troops.

UK will stand 'shoulder to shoulder' with Kyiv but 'extremely unlikely' to send troops.

The UK will stand "shoulder to shoulder" with Ukraine but it is "extremely unlikely" British troops will be sent to the Russian border, Dominic Raab has said. The Deputy Prime Minister said the UK and other nations will enforce economic and financ...