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Matol kezdve a HIX-en, a magyar web-helyek kozott elsokent, megkezdodott
a WEB-SUGARZAS: az osszes HIX ujsag elerheto "web-csatornak" formajaban.

Ha hozzafersz Windows 95 vagy Windows NT gephez, ingyen letoltheted a
Pointcast 2.0 programot, es azonnal elvezheted a HIX "websugarait":
a program automatikusan koveti a kijelolt ujsagok cikkeit, es az
ujdonsagokat letolti.

A HIX mind a 20 Web-sugarzo csatornaja elerheto a kovetkezo cimen:

http://www.us.hix.com:8888/hix/webcast/

illetve a HIX tukrokon.

A Pointcast 2.0 letoltese es beallitasa utan a kovetkezo modon lehet a
HIX csatornakat beuzemelni:
1. kattints a bal also sarokban levo "Web browser" ikonra
2. ird be a fenti cimet a bongeszo kis ablakaba
3. a megjeleno laprol (ami Kocsis "Shark" Tamas alkotasa) valaszd ki a neked
   tetszo ujsagokat, es kattints a nevere, majd a megjeleno "OK?" feliratra
4. az igy bejegyzett csatornakat a "Pointcast Connections" resz alatt
   fogod megtalalni, ami az ablak bal szelen, kozeptajon van

Kellemes olvasast,
Jozsi. /HIX/
1 RFE/RL NEWSLINE - 4 June 1997 (mind)  30 sor     (cikkei)
2 RFE/RL NEWSLINE - 5 June 1997 (mind)  29 sor     (cikkei)

+ - RFE/RL NEWSLINE - 4 June 1997 (mind) VÁLASZ  Feladó: (cikkei)

RFE/RL NEWSLINE
Vol. 1, No. 45, 4 June1997

POPE MEETS WITH CENTRAL, EASTERN EUROPEAN LEADERS. Pope John Paul II was
joined by the presidents of Germany, the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary,
Slovakia, Lithuania, and Ukraine at a mass in Gniezno on 3 June honoring St.
Adalbert, a 10th-century Christian martyr of Czech origin. St. Adalbert, a
bishop and missionary, who was killed by a non-Christian tribe in 997, is
remembered for spreading Christianity in Poland, Bohemia. and Hungary. At the
mass, the pope warned that there is a new "invisible wall" of selfishness and
prejudice in Europe. He said that the years of fighting in the former
Yugoslavia and this year's crisis in Albania show an increased insensitivity
to the value of human life. At a meeting with the presidents after the mass,
the pontiff called on European organizations to admit all states wishing to
join. He said that "no nation, not even the poorest, should be excluded."

NATO'S EUROPEAN COMMANDER DECORATED IN HUNGARY. NATO Supreme Allied
Commander
Europe Gen. George A. Joulwan has received the top Hungarian state award for
his role in IFOR/SFOR operations as well as for his support of Hungarian
efforts to gain full NATO membership, Hungarian media reported on 4 June.
Defense Minister Gyoergy Keleti handed Joulwan the Hungarian Middle Cross with
a Star, while President Arpad Goencz thanked him in a congratulatory letter
for the "breathtaking results" that the Partnership for Peace program achieved
owing to Joulwan's commitment and initiative.

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+ - RFE/RL NEWSLINE - 5 June 1997 (mind) VÁLASZ  Feladó: (cikkei)

RFE/RL NEWSLINE
Vol. 1, No. 46, 5 June1997

MOLDOVAN PRIME MINISTER IN HUNGARY. Seven bilateral agreements were signed on
3 June during Moldovan Prime Minister Ion Ciubuc's first visit to Budapest,
Hungarian media reported. The sides signed an intergovernmental agreement on
extradition and cooperation in combating organized crime, terrorism, and drug
trafficking. Other agreements cover industry, agriculture, transportation,
culture, and science. Ciubuc and his Hungarian counterpart, Gyula Horn, said
they want to improve economic cooperation and increase last year's $24.5
million turnover in bilateral trade. Ciubuc pledged to help promote Hungarian
goods in other CIS markets.

HUNGARIAN SMALLHOLDERS REMEMBER TRIANON. The opposition Independent
Smallholders staged a rally in Budapest on 4 June commemorating the
anniversary of the 1920 Trianon treaty, in which Hungary lost two-thirds of
its territory, Hungarian media reported. Smallholders Deputy Chairman Zsolt
Lanyi said it was a mistake of the government to include the inviolability of
state borders in recent basic treaties Hungary has concluded with its
neighbors. He called upon citizens to vote in the 1998 elections for a
government that would be "Hungarian and Christian." At a separate rally in
Buda Castle, Hungarian Justice and Life Party leader Istvan Csurka said
Hungary does not have problems with its neighboring states but rather with its
own "satellite elites, [who are] the traitors of the homeland."

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