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HUNGARY-ELECTION/FENCE
RTX5H6AU
April 05, 2018
Timea Komaromi sits in front of her house in the village of Bacsszentgyorgy, Hungary, April 3, 2018....
BACSSZENTGYORGY, Hungary
The Wider Image: In Hungary, one fence comes down, another goes up
Timea Komaromi sits in front of her house in the village of Bacsszentgyorgy, Hungary, April 3, 2018. Previous waves of migration, mostly from the former Yugoslavia and Kosovo, caused her no fear. "I even fed goulash to some of those families. These people now are different. They are not Christian," said Komaromi. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo SEARCH "SZABO BACSSZENTGYORGY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
GLOBAL-BREAD/
RTS1I65N
November 02, 2017
A waiter serves a goulash soup in a bread bowl to a customer in a restaurant in Prague, Czech Republic...
Prague, Czech Republic
A waiter serves a goulash soup in a bread bowl to a customer in a restaurant in Prague
A waiter serves a goulash soup in a bread bowl to a customer in a restaurant in Prague, Czech Republic November 2, 2017. REUTERS/David W Cerny
GLOBAL-BREAD/
RTS1I65L
November 02, 2017
A waiter serves a goulash soup in a bread bowl to a customer in a restaurant in Prague, Czech Republic...
Prague, Czech Republic
A waiter serves a goulash soup in a bread bowl to a customer in a restaurant in Prague
A waiter serves a goulash soup in a bread bowl to a customer in a restaurant in Prague, Czech Republic November 2, 2017. REUTERS/David W Cerny
GLOBAL-BREAD/
RTS1I65J
November 02, 2017
A customer eats a goulash soup from a bread bowl in a restaurant in Prague, Czech Republic November 2,...
Prague, Czech Republic
A customer eats a goulash soup from a bread bowl in a restaurant in Prague
A customer eats a goulash soup from a bread bowl in a restaurant in Prague, Czech Republic November 2, 2017. REUTERS/David W Cerny
GLOBAL-BREAD/
RTS1I65H
November 02, 2017
A customer eats a goulash soup from a bread bowl in a restaurant in Prague, Czech Republic November 2,...
Prague, Czech Republic
A customer eats a goulash soup from a bread bowl in a restaurant in Prague
A customer eats a goulash soup from a bread bowl in a restaurant in Prague, Czech Republic November 2, 2017. REUTERS/David W Cerny
GLOBAL-BREAD/
RTS1I65C
November 02, 2017
A goulash soup in a bread bowl is seen in a restaurant in Prague, Czech Republic November 2, 2017. ...
Prague, Czech Republic
A goulash soup in a bread bowl is seen in a restaurant in Prague
A goulash soup in a bread bowl is seen in a restaurant in Prague, Czech Republic November 2, 2017. REUTERS/David W Cerny
GLOBAL-BREAD/
RTS1I64P
November 02, 2017
A goulash soup in a bread bowl is seen in a restaurant in Prague, Czech Republic November 2, 2017. ...
Prague, Czech Republic
A goulash soup in a bread bowl is seen in a restaurant in Prague
A goulash soup in a bread bowl is seen in a restaurant in Prague, Czech Republic November 2, 2017. REUTERS/David W Cerny
GERMANY-BUNKER/
RTX14M5R
October 24, 2013
Original cans with goulash of pork are pictured at the 'Bunker-Museum' in Rennsteighoehe near the eastern...
RENNSTEIGHOEHE, Germany
Original cans with goulash of pork are pictured at the 'Bunker-Museum' in Rennsteighoehe near the eastern...
Original cans with goulash of pork are pictured at the 'Bunker-Museum' in Rennsteighoehe near the eastern city of Ilmenau October 12, 2013. The museum is a former East German bunker, built in the 1970s to shelter the district's command unit in an emergency. The 3,600-square-meter bunker now offers visitors the chance to stay there overnight as part of a historical "reality experience". Depending on the size of their group, guests can pay 109 euros each for a 16-hour stay, during which they wear National People's Army (NVA) uniform and are treated as former East German soldiers for a night. Picture taken October 12, 2013. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: TRAVEL MILITARY SOCIETY)
GERMANY-BUNKER/
RTX14M56
October 24, 2013
A combination picture showing various canned food (L to R top row) a can with whole meal bread, tomato...
RENNSTEIGHOEHE, Germany
A combination picture showing various canned food at the 'Bunker-Museum' in Rennsteighoehe near the eastern...
A combination picture showing various canned food (L to R top row) a can with whole meal bread, tomato sauce for school kitchens and original cans with goulash of pork (L to R bottom row) tins of NVA soup, sign of the former Republic DDR and various cans with different labels all with filled sausages is seen at the 'Bunker-Museum' in Rennsteighoehe near the eastern city of Ilmenau October 12, 2013. The museum is a former East German bunker, built in the 1970s to shelter the district's command unit in an emergency. The 3,600-square-meter bunker now offers visitors the chance to stay there overnight as part of a historical "reality experience". Depending on the size of their group, guests can pay 109 euros each for a 16-hour stay, during which they wear National People's Army (NVA) uniform and are treated as former East German soldiers for a night. Picture taken October 12, 2013. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: TRAVEL MILITARY SOCIETY)

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FOOD-HUNGARY/PAPRIKA
RTX1410F
September 26, 2013
A pot of Hungary's famous goulash soup in Budapest is spiced up with Paprika from Batya, September 22,...
Budapest, Hungary
A pot of Hungary's famous goulash soup in Budapest is spiced up with Paprika from Batya
A pot of Hungary's famous goulash soup in Budapest is spiced up with Paprika from Batya, September 22, 2013. Many are hoping to put Hungary's once booming paprika business, a powdered spice that has long been a staple in Hungarian cooking, back on the map after decades of neglect and despite fierce competition from countries including Brazil, Serbia and China. Picture taken September 22, 2013. To match story FOOD-HUNGARY/PAPRIKA REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD BUSINESS)
FOOD-HUNGARY/PAPRIKA
RTX1410E
September 26, 2013
A pot of Hungary's famous goulash soup in Budapest is spiced up with Paprika from Batya, September 22,...
Budapest, Hungary
A pot of Hungary's famous goulash soup in Budapest is spiced up with Paprika from Batya
A pot of Hungary's famous goulash soup in Budapest is spiced up with Paprika from Batya, September 22, 2013. Many are hoping to put Hungary's once booming paprika business, a powdered spice that has long been a staple in Hungarian cooking, back on the map after decades of neglect and despite fierce competition from countries including Brazil, Serbia and China. Picture taken September 22, 2013. To match story FOOD-HUNGARY/PAPRIKA REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD BUSINESS)
FOOD-HUNGARY/PAPRIKA
RTX1410D
September 26, 2013
Bread and peppers are placed next to a bowl of Hungary's famous goulash soup, spiced up with Paprika...
Budapest, Hungary
A bowl of Hungary's famous goulash soup, spiced up with Paprika from Batya, in Budapest
Bread and peppers are placed next to a bowl of Hungary's famous goulash soup, spiced up with Paprika from Batya, in Budapest September 22, 2013. Many are hoping to put Hungary's once booming paprika business, a powdered spice that has long been a staple in Hungarian cooking, back on the map after decades of neglect and despite fierce competition from countries including Brazil, Serbia and China. Picture taken September 22, 2013. To match story FOOD-HUNGARY/PAPRIKA REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD BUSINESS)
FOOD-HUNGARY/PAPRIKA
RTX140ZR
September 26, 2013
A combination of three photographs taken in Budapest shows the making of Hungary's famous goulash soup,...
Budapest, Hungary
A combination picture shows the making of Hungary's famous goulash soup,spiced up with Paprika from Batya...
A combination of three photographs taken in Budapest shows the making of Hungary's famous goulash soup, spiced up with Paprika from Batya, September 22, 2013. Many are hoping to put Hungary's once booming paprika business, a powdered spice that has long been a staple in Hungarian cooking, back on the map after decades of neglect and despite fierce competition from countries including Brazil, Serbia and China. Picture taken September 22, 2013. To match story FOOD-HUNGARY/PAPRIKA REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD BUSINESS)
HORSEMEAT/
RTR3DZ90
February 19, 2013
German Consumer Affairs Minister Ilse Aigner arrives to attends a cabinet meeting at the Chancellery...
Berlin, Germany
German Consumer Affairs Minister Aigner arrives to attends a cabinet meeting at the Chancellery in Berlin...
German Consumer Affairs Minister Ilse Aigner arrives to attends a cabinet meeting at the Chancellery in Berlin, February 19, 2013. Germany will introduce a national action plan to investigate the widening horsemeat scandal, after a local canned goods producer confirmed its beef goulash contained traces of horsemeat. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: AGRICULTURE POLITICS)
USA-PROTEST/
RTR2UHFZ
November 26, 2011
A man who identifies himself as "Tat2" wears a Santa Claus hat as he receives rice and goulash from Daniel...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
A man wears a Santa Claus hat as he receives food in the food tent at the Occupy LA camp outside City...
A man who identifies himself as "Tat2" wears a Santa Claus hat as he receives rice and goulash from Daniel Fischer (L) and Matt Wegner (R) for dinner in the food tent at the Occupy LA camp outside City Hall in Los Angeles, California November 25, 2011. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa announced that City Hall Park will close at 12:01am on Monday, November 28, 2011, because the city of Los Angeles cannot maintain the public safety of a long-term encampment. During the period when City Hall Park is closed, a Free Speech area on the Spring Street City Hall steps will remain open during regular park hours. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
SLOVENIA/
RTR24D7V
June 06, 2009
Members of voluntary firefighter society eat goulash after celebrations in Metlika, south Slovenia, June...
METLIKA, Slovenia
Members of voluntary firefighter society eat goulash after celebrations in Metlika
Members of voluntary firefighter society eat goulash after celebrations in Metlika, south Slovenia, June 6, 2009. Some 3000 members participated in a parade which commemorated 140 years since the start of voluntary fire-fighting societies in Slovenia. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA SOCIETY)
SLOVENIA/
RTR24D7S
June 06, 2009
Members of voluntary fire-fighting societies eat goulash after anniversary celebrations in Metlika, southern...
METLIKA, Slovenia
Members of voluntary fire-fighting societies eat goulash after anniversary celebrations in Metlika
Members of voluntary fire-fighting societies eat goulash after anniversary celebrations in Metlika, southern Slovenia, June 6, 2009. Some 3000 members participated in the parade which commemorated 140 years since the start of voluntary fire-fighting societies in Slovenia. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA SOCIETY)
SLOVENIA/
RTR24D7B
June 06, 2009
Members of voluntary fire-fighting societies eat goulash after anniversary celebrations in Metlika, southern...
METLIKA, Slovenia
Members of voluntary fire-fighting societies eat goulash after anniversary celebrations in Metlika
Members of voluntary fire-fighting societies eat goulash after anniversary celebrations in Metlika, southern Slovenia, June 6, 2009. Some 3000 members participated in the parade which commemorated 140 years since the start of voluntary fire-fighting societies in Slovenia. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA SOCIETY)
HUNGARY-SLOVAKIA/
RTXB1ZO
November 28, 2008
Gabor Ivady (L), mayor of the Hungarian village Ivad, and Laszlo Dubovsky, mayor of Slovak town Tornalja...
IVAD, Hungary
Gabor Ivady, mayor of the Hungarian village Ivad, and Laszlo Dubovsky, mayor of Slovak town Tornalja...
Gabor Ivady (L), mayor of the Hungarian village Ivad, and Laszlo Dubovsky, mayor of Slovak town Tornalja (Tornala in Slovak), adjust the national flags of the two countries in Ivad, 100 km (62 miles) northeast from Budapest, November 28, 2008. Ivady believes tensions between the two nations are fuelled by extremists and have nothing to do with normal people. He decided the best way to show it was to host a friendly soccer game between mayors of Hungarian and Slovak villages, and finish off with goulash and Slovak "halusky" -- potato dumplings with sheep cheese. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY)
SLOVAKIA ELECTION
RTR1EG21
June 14, 2006
A Slovakia's opposition Party Direction - Third Way (Smer) supporter grimaces as he enjoys a bowl of...
Bratislava, Slovakia
Supporter grimaces as he enjoys bowl of free goulash during pre-election rally in Bratislava
A Slovakia's opposition Party Direction - Third Way (Smer) supporter grimaces as he enjoys a bowl of free goulash during a pre-election rally in Bratislava June 14, 2006. Slovakia will hold its general election on June 17. REUTERS/David W Cerny (SLOVAKIA)
HUNGARY FARMERS
RTRO0ZP
February 22, 2005
Hungarian farmers talk with the police as they cook goulash at a rally downtown Budapest February 22,...
Budapest, Hungary
Hungarian farmers talk with the police as they cook goulash in downtown Budapest at a rally.
Hungarian farmers talk with the police as they cook goulash at a rally downtown Budapest February 22, 2005. Hundreds of farmers drove their tractors to Budapest to start a week-long demonstration demanding the government to pay out European Union and national subsidies. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh LB/ACM
HUNGARY FARMERS
RTRO0ZC
February 22, 2005
Hungarian farmer cooks goulash at a rally in downtown Budapest February 22, 2005. Hundreds of farmers...
Budapest, Hungary
Hungarian farmer cooks goulash in downtown Budapest at a rally.
Hungarian farmer cooks goulash at a rally in downtown Budapest February 22, 2005. Hundreds of farmers drove their tractors to Budapest to start a week-long demonstration demanding the government to pay out European Union and national subsidies. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh LB//acm
SLOVAKIA ELECTION
RTRGFKW
March 30, 2004
A woman enjoys a bowl of free goulash next to a vehicle with a picture of Slovak Foreign Minister and...
Nitra, Slovakia - (Slovak Republic)
WOMAN ENJOYS FREE BOWL OF GOULASH IN NITRA SLOVAKIA.
A woman enjoys a bowl of free goulash next to a vehicle with a picture of Slovak Foreign Minister and the upcoming presidential election's leading candidate, Eduard Kukan in Nitra, Slovakia March 30, 2004. Slovakia will hold the first round of presidential elections on Saturday which will determine the two candidates for the final round of voting on April 17. REUTERS/Petr Josek PJ/GB
AZRIELI
RTXKP6L
August 13, 2001
- PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG01 - Owner of Fink's Restaurant Mouli Azrieli toasts a customer behind the bar in...
Jerusalem, Israel
- PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG01 - Owner of Fink's Restaurant Mouli Azrieli toasts a customer behind the bar in.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG01 - Owner of Fink's Restaurant Mouli Azrieli toasts a customer behind the bar in Jerusalem. Any foreign correspondent, diplomat or spy who has come through the city since 1932 will surely have sat at one of the restaurant's 12 bar stools or eaten the famous goulash at one of its six tables. Picture taken August 6, 2001.
AZRIELI
RTXKP6I
August 13, 2001
- PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG01 - Owner of Fink's Restaurant Mouli Azrieli poses behind the bar in Jerusalem. Any...
Jerusalem, Israel
- PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG01 - Owner of Fink's Restaurant Mouli Azrieli poses behind the bar in Jerusalem. .....
- PHOTO TAKEN 06AUG01 - Owner of Fink's Restaurant Mouli Azrieli poses behind the bar in Jerusalem. Any foreign correspondent, diplomat or spy who has come through the city since 1932 will surely have sat at one of the restaurant's 12 bar stools or eaten the famous goulash at one of its six tables. Picture taken August 6, 2001.
MIDEAST FINKS
RTRLKL0
August 06, 2001
Young Israelis enjoy a drink at Fink's Bar in Jerusalem, beneath a wall
full of drinking glasses left...
Jerusalem
ISRAELIS ENJOY THEMSELVES AT FINK'S BAR IN JERUSALEM.
Young Israelis enjoy a drink at Fink's Bar in Jerusalem, beneath a wall
full of drinking glasses left behind by old customers. Any foreign
correspondent, diplomat or spy who has come through the city since 1932
will surely have sat at one of the restaurant's 12 bar stools or eaten
the famous goulash at one of its six tables. Picture taken August 6,
2001. REUTERS/Natalie Behring TO GO WITH FEATURE STORY MIDEAST-FINKS BY
MICHAEL ROSE.

NB/GB
MIDEAST FINKS
RTRLKKV
August 06, 2001
Owner of Fink's Restaurant Mouli Azrieli toasts a customer behind the
bar in Jerusalem. Any foreign...
Jerusalem
MOULI AZRIELI POSES IN HIS BAR FINKS IN JERUSALEM.
Owner of Fink's Restaurant Mouli Azrieli toasts a customer behind the
bar in Jerusalem. Any foreign correspondent, diplomat or spy who has
come through the city since 1932 will surely have sat at one of the
restaurant's 12 bar stools or eaten the famous goulash at one of its
six tables. Picture taken August 6, 2001. REUTERS/Natalie Behring TO GO
WITH FEATURE STORY MIDEAST-FINKS BY MICHAEL ROSE.

NB/GB
MIDEAST FINKS
RTRLKKR
August 06, 2001
Owner of Fink's Restaurant Mouli Azrieli poses behind the bar in
Jerusalem. Any foreign correspondent,...
Jerusalem
MOULI AZRIELI POSES IN HIS BAR FINKS IN JERUSALEM.
Owner of Fink's Restaurant Mouli Azrieli poses behind the bar in
Jerusalem. Any foreign correspondent, diplomat or spy who has come
through the city since 1932 will surely have sat at one of the
restaurant's 12 bar stools or eaten the famous goulash at one of its
six tables. Picture taken August 6, 2001. REUTERS/Natalie Behring TO GO
WITH STORY MIDEAST-FINKS BY MICHAEL ROSE.

NB/GB
SLOVAKIA
RTXI0L8
September 22, 1998
An elderly supporter of the Movement for a Democratic Slovakia (HZDS) eats a party sponsored pre-election...
An elderly supporter of the Movement for a Democratic Slovakia (HZDS) eats a party sponsored pre-e.....
An elderly supporter of the Movement for a Democratic Slovakia (HZDS) eats a party sponsored pre-election goulash after a campaign rally in Bratislava September 22. Slovak Prime Minister Vladimir Meciar's party currently leads in polls though most parties have vowed not to join in a coalition government with HZDS. Slovakia faces general elections September 25-26.
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RTRHIT5
September 22, 1998
An elderly supporter of the Movement for a Democratic Slovakia (HZDS) eats a party sponsored pre-election...
Slovakia
AN ELDERLY MAN EATS A PRE-ELECTION GOULASH.
An elderly supporter of the Movement for a Democratic Slovakia (HZDS) eats a party sponsored pre-election goulash after a campaign rally in Bratislava September 22. Slovak Prime Minister Vladimir Meciar's party currently leads in polls though most parties have vowed not to join in a coalition government with HZDS. Slovakia faces general elections September 25-26.

PJ/KM
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