Mutilated Corpse of a Child Was Found in Arad

Maszol.ro reported a terrible case in the Romanian press: on Saturday, a mutilated body of a child was found next to a cemetery in Arad. The body was discovered by a man walking his dog, who immediately notified the authorities.

Croatia Top Court Upholds Prison Sentence for MOL Chief Hernádi

Croatia’s supreme court on Monday upheld a Zagreb court’s prison sentence for Zsolt Hernádi, the chairman-CEO of Hungarian oil and gas company MOL, and former Croatian prime minister Ivo Sanader, the local press reported.


6th European Art Cinema Day – In 25 Locations Nationwide

“Europe is going to the cinema again!” – For the sixth time, European Cinema Day is waiting for fans of art cinemas and European films. The event is drawing attention to the diversity of European cinema and the importance of art cinema as a cultural and community space with its diverse range of programs.

Novel By a Senegalese Author Received the Goncourt Prize

A Senegalese author, Mohamed Mbougar Sarr’s novel La plus secrete mémoire des hommes (People’s Secret Secret), received this year’s most prestigious French literary award, the Goncourt Prize. The news was announced in Paris on Wednesday.

British Literary Translator Len Rix Gets Hungarian State Award

British literary translator Len Rix was presented with the Hungarian Golden Cross of Merit in London on Monday for his work in translating Hungarian literary classics into English.