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Hungarian far-right extremist jailed over terror acts

Hungarian far-right extremist Gyorgy Budahazy, seen here in court 2011, has been convicted on terror charges dating back to 2007A Hungarian far-right extremist who set up a paramilitary group was handed a 13-year jail term Tuesday on terrorism-related charges, including firing Molotov cocktails at homes of left-wing politicians. After a five-year trial, a court in Budapest convicted Gyorgy Budahazy, 47, along with 16 others for violent activities carried out by the now-defunct Arrows of the Hungarians group between 2007 and 2009. The prosecutor had requested a 20-year jail term for Budahazy, saying Hungary had never seen such a sustained series of organised terror acts in recent decades.

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