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About Krisztina
Krisztina Fenyo is a video journalist based in Budapest, Hungary, with more than 20 years of experience. Freelancing mainly for Reuters but available for occasional jobs also as fixer, researcher, edited video spot news and features.
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Dogs' Minds Similar To Humans, Can Link Words To Objects: Study

29 Mar 2024  |  www.ndtv.com
A study at Eotvos Lorand University in Budapest, published in Current Biology, has found that dogs can understand that words refer to objects similarly to humans. The study involved analyzing brain activity in 18 dogs as they heard words for objects they knew, with results showing different brain patterns when the words matched the objects versus when they did not. This suggests dogs can activate a memory of an object when they hear its name, indicating a species-wide capacity to understand referential language. The researchers plan to investigate if other mammals share this ability.

Dogs can associate words with objects, study finds

29 Mar 2024  |  b93radio.com
A study at Eotvos Lorand University in Budapest, published in Current Biology, has found that dogs can understand that words refer to objects similarly to humans. The research, which analyzed brain activity in 18 dogs, showed that dogs could activate a memory of an object when they hear its name. This species-wide capacity was demonstrated by varying brain patterns when dogs heard words that matched known objects versus when they did not. The study offers new insights into canine cognition and suggests that the ability to understand referential language might also be present in other mammals.

Israeli families celebrate Hanukkah in Hungary, a temporary refuge

07 Dec 2023  |  whbl.com
Liora Ruth, a Jewish musician originally from Hungary, celebrated the first candle of Hanukkah in Budapest with her children after fleeing Israel due to Hamas attacks. Israel has responded to the incursion by Hamas with a military campaign resulting in significant casualties on both sides. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, an ally of Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu, has supported Israel's actions and prohibited rallies in support of what he deems 'terrorist organizations'. Ruth's children have joined a temporary school in Budapest, as many Israeli families see Hungary as a safe destination.

Israeli families celebrate Hanukkah in Hungary, a temporary refuge

07 Dec 2023  |  wiky.com
Liora Ruth, a Jewish musician originally from Hungary, celebrated the first night of Hanukkah in Budapest with her children, having left Israel due to Hamas attacks. The Unified Hungarian Jewish Congregation organized their flight. Israel's military response to Hamas' incursion has resulted in significant casualties on both sides. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, an ally of Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu, has supported Israel's right to self-defense and prohibited rallies in support of what he deems 'terrorist organizations'. Ruth's children have joined a temporary school in Budapest, as many Israeli families see Hungary as a safe haven.

Israeli families celebrate Hanukkah in Hungary, a temporary refuge

07 Dec 2023  |  947jackfm.com
Liora Ruth, a Jewish musician originally from Hungary, celebrated the first candle of Hanukkah in Budapest with her children, having left Israel due to Hamas attacks. The family was separated, with two children in the US and one in Israel, but plans to reunite in Hungary by the end of the festival. Israel has responded to Hamas's incursion, which resulted in 1,200 Israeli and 17,177 Palestinian deaths. Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban, an ally of Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu, supports Israel's right to self-defense and has banned rallies supporting what he deems terrorist organizations. Ruth's children have joined a temporary school in Budapest, as many Israeli families see Hungary as a safe haven.

Israeli families celebrate Hanukkah in Hungary, a temporary refuge

07 Dec 2023  |  979weve.com
Liora Ruth, a Jewish musician originally from Hungary, celebrated the first night of Hanukkah in Budapest with her children after fleeing Israel due to Hamas attacks. Israel has responded to the incursion by Hamas with a military campaign resulting in significant casualties on both sides. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, an ally of Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu, has supported Israel's right to self-defense and prohibited rallies in support of what he deems 'terrorist organizations'. Ruth's children have joined a temporary school in Budapest, as many Israeli families see Hungary as a safe destination.

Israeli families celebrate Hanukkah in Hungary, a temporary refuge

07 Dec 2023  |  kelo.com
Liora Ruth, a Jewish musician originally from Hungary, celebrated the first candle of Hanukkah in Budapest with her children, having left Israel due to Hamas attacks. Israel has responded to Hamas's incursion and hostage-taking with a military campaign resulting in significant casualties on both sides. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, an ally of Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu, has supported Israel's right to self-defense and prohibited rallies backing what he deems 'terrorist organizations'. Ruth's children have joined a temporary school in Budapest, as many Israeli families see Hungary as a safe haven.

Israeli families celebrate Hanukkah in Hungary, a temporary refuge

07 Dec 2023  |  95kqds.com
Liora Ruth, a Jewish musician originally from Hungary, celebrated the first night of Hanukkah in Budapest with her children after fleeing Israel due to Hamas attacks. Israel has responded to the incursion by Hamas with a military campaign resulting in significant casualties on both sides. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, an ally of Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu, has supported Israel's right to self-defense and prohibited rallies in support of what he deems 'terrorist organizations'. Ruth's children have joined a temporary school in Budapest, as many Israeli families see Hungary as a safe haven.

Israeli families celebrate Hanukkah in Hungary, a temporary refuge

07 Dec 2023  |  froggyweb.com
Liora Ruth, a Jewish musician originally from Hungary, celebrated the first candle of Hanukkah in Budapest with her children, having left Israel due to Hamas attacks. The Unified Hungarian Jewish Congregation organized their flight. Israel has responded to Hamas's incursion, which resulted in 1,200 Israeli and 17,177 Palestinian deaths. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, an ally of Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu, supports Israel's right to self-defense and prohibits rallies backing 'terrorist organizations'. Ruth's children attend a temporary school for Israeli children in Budapest, as many Israeli families see Hungary as a safe haven.

Israeli families celebrate Hanukkah in Hungary, a temporary refuge

07 Dec 2023  |  740thefan.com
Liora Ruth, a Jewish musician originally from Hungary, celebrated the first night of Hanukkah in Budapest with her children, having left Israel due to Hamas attacks. Israel has responded to Hamas's incursion, which resulted in numerous casualties and hostages, with a military campaign causing significant Palestinian fatalities. Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban, an ally of Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu, has supported Israel's actions and prohibited rallies in Hungary that support what he deems terrorist organizations. Ruth's children have joined a temporary school in Budapest, as many Israeli families see Hungary as a safe haven.

Israeli families celebrate Hanukkah in Hungary, a temporary refuge

07 Dec 2023  |  wixx.com
Liora Ruth, a Jewish musician originally from Hungary, celebrated the first night of Hanukkah in Budapest with her children, having left Israel due to Hamas attacks. Israel has responded to Hamas's incursion, which resulted in 1,200 Israeli and 17,177 Palestinian deaths. Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban, an ally of Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu, has supported Israel's right to self-defense and prohibited rallies supporting 'terrorist organizations'. Ruth's children have joined a temporary school in Budapest, as many Israeli families see Hungary as a safe haven.

Israeli families celebrate Hanukkah in Hungary, a temporary refuge

07 Dec 2023  |  Sports Radio KWSN
Liora Ruth, an Israeli mother, lights the first candle of Hanukkah in Budapest, having fled Israel with her children following the Hamas attacks. Ruth, originally from Hungary, moved to Israel two decades ago. The family relocated to Budapest with the help of the Unified Hungarian Jewish Congregation. Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban, an ally of Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu, supports Israel's right to defend itself and has banned rallies supporting Hamas. Ruth's children are attending a temporary school for Israeli children in Budapest, where many families have sought refuge, viewing Hungary as a safer destination compared to other European countries.

Israeli families celebrate Hanukkah in Hungary, a temporary refuge

07 Dec 2023  |  92.7 The Van WYVN | Holland's Classic Hits
Liora Ruth, an Israeli mother originally from Hungary, lights the first candle of Hanukkah in Budapest after fleeing Israel due to Hamas attacks. Ruth and her children are among many Israeli families seeking temporary refuge in Hungary, facilitated by the Unified Hungarian Jewish Congregation. Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban, an ally of Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu, supports Israel's military response and has banned pro-Hamas rallies. The conflict has resulted in significant casualties on both sides, with Israel conducting a massive military campaign in Gaza.

Israeli families celebrate Hanukkah in Hungary, a temporary refuge

07 Dec 2023  |  93.9 WTBX
Liora Ruth, an Israeli mother, lights the first candle of Hanukkah in Budapest after fleeing Israel due to Hamas attacks. Ruth, originally from Hungary, moved her family to Tel Aviv before flying to Budapest with the help of the Unified Hungarian Jewish Congregation. Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban, an ally of Israel, supports Israel's right to defend itself and has banned rallies supporting Hamas. Ruth's children are attending a temporary school in Budapest, joining other Israeli families seeking refuge. The conflict has resulted in significant casualties on both sides, with Israel conducting a military campaign in response to the attacks.

Israeli families celebrate Hanukkah in Hungary, a temporary refuge

07 Dec 2023  |  WSAU News/Talk 550 AM · 99.9 FM | Wausau, Stevens Point
Liora Ruth, an Israeli mother, lights the first candle of Hanukkah in Budapest, having fled Israel with her children following the Hamas attacks. Ruth, originally from Hungary, moved to Israel two decades ago but returned to Budapest for safety. Israel's military campaign in response to the Hamas incursion has resulted in significant casualties on both sides. Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban, an ally of Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu, supports Israel's right to defend itself and has banned rallies supporting Hamas. Ruth's children are attending a temporary school in Budapest, joining other Israeli families seeking refuge.

Climate change threatens Hungary’s Christmas trees

01 Dec 2023  |  whbl.com
Pine forests in Hungary, crucial for supplying Christmas trees, are diminishing due to climate change, with a decrease from 12% of forested areas in 2008 to 9.37% in 2022. The non-indigenous pines, planted in the early 20th century, face threats from droughts and wood-boring insects, which thrive in warmer temperatures. In Surd, villagers must use insecticides thrice yearly to protect their plantations. Mayor Janos Kanasz notes the difficulty in raising tree prices due to inflation. Laszlo Galhidy from World Wildlife Fund Hungary explains that Hungary's continental climate exacerbates the vulnerability of pine trees to climate change and pests. As coniferous forests are cut down, they are replaced by indigenous deciduous forests, allowing the original flora to be restored.

Climate change threatens Hungary’s Christmas trees

01 Dec 2023  |  wdez.com
Pine forests in Hungary, crucial for supplying Christmas trees, are diminishing due to climate change, with coverage decreasing from 12% of forested areas in 2008 to 9.37% in 2022. The non-indigenous pines, planted in the early 20th century, face threats from droughts and wood-boring insects, which are proliferating due to warmer temperatures. In Surd, villagers have to increase insecticide use to protect their plantations. Mayor Janos Kanasz notes the difficulty in raising tree prices due to inflation. While pine trees won't vanish, their share will decrease, and indigenous deciduous forests are replacing coniferous ones cut down, allowing original flora to be restored, according to Laszlo Galhidy from World Wildlife Fund Hungary.

Climate change threatens Hungary’s Christmas trees

01 Dec 2023  |  radiousa.com
Pine forests in Hungary, crucial for supplying Christmas trees, are diminishing due to climate change, with a decrease from 12% of forested areas in 2008 to 9.37% in 2022. The non-indigenous pines, planted in the early 20th century, face threats from droughts and wood-boring insects, exacerbated by warmer temperatures. In Surd, villagers must now use insecticides three times a year to protect their plantations. Mayor Janos Kanasz notes the difficulty in raising tree prices due to inflation. While pine trees won't vanish, their forest share will continue to decline, with indigenous deciduous forests replacing them in some areas, allowing for the restoration of original flora, according to Laszlo Galhidy from World Wildlife Fund Hungary.

Climate change threatens Hungary’s Christmas trees

01 Dec 2023  |  961dukefm.com
Pine forests in Hungary, crucial for supplying Christmas trees, are shrinking due to climate change, with coverage decreasing from 12% of forested areas in 2008 to 9.37% in 2022. The non-indigenous Scots and Black pines are suffering from droughts and wood-boring insects, exacerbated by warmer temperatures. In Surd, villagers must spray insecticides thrice yearly to protect their plantations. Mayor Janos Kanasz, a 50-year pine grower, faces the dilemma of needing to raise tree prices due to insecticide costs amidst Hungary's double-digit inflation. While pine trees won't vanish, with indigenous types likely to survive, their forest share will continue to decline, says Laszlo Galhidy from World Wildlife Fund Hungary. Deciduous forests are replacing coniferous ones cut down, allowing original flora restoration.

Climate change threatens Hungary’s Christmas trees

01 Dec 2023  |  jackfmfargo.com
Pine forests in Hungary, crucial for supplying Christmas trees, are diminishing due to climate change, with a decrease from 12% of forested areas in 2008 to 9.37% in 2022. The non-indigenous pines, planted in the early 20th century, face threats from droughts and wood-boring insects, exacerbated by warmer temperatures. In Surd, villagers must now use insecticides thrice yearly to protect their livelihood. Despite the need to raise prices due to these costs, the economic situation with double-digit inflation in Hungary makes this challenging. While pine trees won't vanish entirely, their forest share will continue to decline. The World Wildlife Fund Hungary notes that the continental climate is unfavorable for pines, and climate change is intensifying this issue. However, the replacement of pines with indigenous deciduous forests could restore original flora.

Climate change threatens Hungary’s Christmas trees

01 Dec 2023  |  kelo.com
In Surd, Hungary, a village known for supplying Christmas trees, pine forests are shrinking due to climate change, with coverage decreasing from 185,218 hectares in 2019 to 175,804 hectares in 2022. Global warming has led to more frequent droughts and a proliferation of wood-boring insects, necessitating increased use of insecticides. Mayor Janos Kanasz, a pine tree grower for 50 years, faces the dilemma of needing to raise prices due to higher costs while Hungarians struggle with inflation. Laszlo Galhidy from World Wildlife Fund Hungary notes that while pine trees won't disappear, their share will decrease, and indigenous deciduous forests are replacing coniferous ones cut down, allowing original flora to be restored.

Climate change threatens Hungary’s Christmas trees

01 Dec 2023  |  95kqds.com
Pine forests in Hungary, crucial for supplying Christmas trees, are diminishing due to climate change, with a decrease from 12% of forested areas in 2008 to 9.37% in 2022. The non-indigenous pines, planted in the early 20th century, face threats from droughts and wood-boring insects, exacerbated by global warming. In Surd, villagers must now use insecticides three times a year to protect their plantations. Mayor Janos Kanasz notes the difficulty in raising tree prices due to inflation. While pines may not vanish, their share will likely decline, with indigenous deciduous forests replacing them, allowing for the restoration of original flora, according to Laszlo Galhidy from World Wildlife Fund Hungary.

Climate change threatens Hungary’s Christmas trees

01 Dec 2023  |  1450 AM 99.7 FM WHTC | Holland
Pine forests in Hungary, crucial for supplying Christmas trees, are diminishing due to climate change, with a decrease from 185,218 hectares in 2019 to 175,804 hectares in 2022. The non-indigenous pines, planted in the early 20th century, face threats from droughts and wood-boring insects, exacerbated by warmer temperatures. In Surd, villagers must spray insecticides thrice yearly to protect the trees. Mayor Janos Kanasz notes the difficulty in raising tree prices due to inflation. Laszlo Galhidy of World Wildlife Fund Hungary suggests that while pines may not vanish, their proportion will decline, allowing indigenous flora to restore.

Climate change threatens Hungary’s Christmas trees

01 Dec 2023  |  Cruisin' 929 | WLMI | Lansing, MI
In Surd, Hungary, a village known for supplying Christmas trees, pine forests are shrinking due to climate change, with a decrease from 12% of forested areas in 2008 to 9.37% in 2022. Global warming has led to more frequent droughts and a proliferation of wood-boring insects, necessitating increased use of insecticides. Mayor Janos Kanasz notes the difficulty in raising tree prices due to inflation. Laszlo Galhidy of World Wildlife Fund Hungary explains that Hungary's continental climate exacerbates the problem, but the decline of pines allows for the restoration of indigenous flora.

Climate change threatens Hungary’s Christmas trees

01 Dec 2023  |  wnflsports.com
In Surd, Hungary, the local pine forests, crucial for Christmas tree supply, are shrinking due to climate change, with coverage dropping from 185,218 hectares in 2019 to 175,804 hectares in 2022. The warming climate and increased insect infestations are forcing growers to use more insecticides, raising costs. Despite the challenges, indigenous deciduous forests are replacing the affected pine areas, potentially restoring the original flora. The economic impact is significant, with growers unable to raise prices due to high inflation.

Climate change threatens Hungary’s Christmas trees

01 Dec 2023  |  WKZO | Everything Kalamazoo | 590 AM · 106.9 FM
In Surd, Hungary, the local pine forests, crucial for Christmas tree supply, are shrinking due to climate change, with coverage dropping from 185,218 hectares in 2019 to 175,804 hectares in 2022. The warming climate and increased insect infestations are forcing growers to use more insecticides, raising costs. Despite the challenges, indigenous deciduous forests are replacing the affected pine areas, potentially restoring the original flora. The economic impact is compounded by Hungary's high inflation, limiting the ability to raise tree prices.

Dogs Can Associate Words with Objects, According to a Study

29 Mar 2023  |  es-us.noticias.yahoo.com
Dogs can understand that certain words refer to objects, similar to humans, as revealed by a study analyzing canine brain waves. Conducted at the Universidad Eotvos Lorand in Budapest and published in Current Biology, the study involved 18 dogs and demonstrated that dogs can activate the memory of an object upon hearing its name. This finding suggests that dogs have a species-wide ability to understand words referentially, a capacity previously debated among scientists. Researchers plan to investigate if this ability is unique to dogs or present in other mammals.
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