Hungary this week detained the first senior communist party official accused of war crimes in crushing the 1956 uprising. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Veronika Gulyas of the Dow Jones news service, in Budapest.
In music and in videos, in addition to on the streets, Hungarians are registering their outrage as their conservative government tightens regulations and pulls back on some of the freedoms that mark a democracy.
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