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Hungary's theater & film college protests a loss of autonomy

BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — Thousands of students, faculty and supporters of Hungary's University of Theater and Film Arts formed a human chain Sunday between their institution and parliament to protest government steps seen diminishing its autonomy....

 

Review: Josh Turner sings with idols on country compendium

Josh Turner, "Country State of Mind" (MCA Nashville) From its title to its songs and sounds, Josh Turner's "Country State of Mind" is a tribute to his idols and beyond, a compendium of some great country music. Turner is from the genre's traditional...

 

US grapples with pandemic as WHO warns 'no return to normal'

ST. PETERSBURG, Florida (AP) — Tensions mounted over how the United States is grappling with a resurgent coronavirus outbreak Monday, as global health officials warned that the pandemic will only intensify worldwide unless officials adopt...

 

Review: Eric Johnson's vocals, acoustic guitar shine

Eric Johnson, "EJ Vol. II" (Vortexan Music) Eric Johnson's new album shows the amazing Texas guitar wizard moving another mystifying step closer to a singer-songwriter role. Nine of the 13 tracks on "EJ Vol. II" are mostly sung ballads, some...

 

George Soros: Oppression in Hungary worse than under Soviets

BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — Oppression of the opposition by Prime Minister Viktor Orban's government is greater than when Hungary was under Soviet domination, Hungarian-American financier and philanthropist George Soros said Friday. Soros said in...

 

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