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[360 ° video] Jeers and cheers against newspaper closure in Hungary
Several thousand Hungarians have protested outside parliament in Budapest, saying press freedom is under threat following the closure of Népszabadság, the country’s leading opposition newspaper. The owners of the newspaper blame financial losses, but civil rights groups believe it has been shut down because of its criticism of right-wing Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s government.
[360° video] Turkey's anti-coup protests
This is the atmosphere at one of Turkey's regular anti-coup gatherings, shot in 360-degree video at Istanbul's symbolic Taksim Square. Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan called on Turks to take to the streets after the failed coup on July 15, to 'defend democracy'. They have become nightly protests across the country. Taksim Square was the scene of anti-government protests in the summer of 2013.
[360° video]: experience Sziget Festival 2016 in timelapse
The Sziget festival in Hungary, with 500,000 attendees, is the largest in Europe. It is also called the “Island of Freedom” as it takes place on an island on the Danube river in Budapest. People come from all over Europe, and beyond, to take part and enjoy the cultural and music extravaganza. Euronews takes you to the Sziget Festival with this head-spinning 360° timelapse video.
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