Hungary's Viktor Orban condemns anti-Semitism

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Hungary's prime minister has told a meeting of the World Jewish Congress in Budapest that his country will not tolerate anti-Semitism.

Viktor Orban's comments come two days after the far-right Jobbik Party staged a rally in the city in protest against the Hungarian capital hosting the WJC meeting.

The WJC usually hosts its assembly in Jerusalem, but chose Hungary this year to highlight what it says is growing anti-Semitism in Europe.

Susana Mendonça reports.

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