Népszabadság, an opposition newspaper, abruptly closed operations in Budapest over the weekend, prompting concerns that Hungary’s prime minister, Viktor Orban, played a hand in the shutdown. The paper, which had been in print for six decades, was a fierce critic of the prime minister’s and had opposed the anti-refugee referendum that Orban was championing before it failed to pass earlier this weekend.
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