21 August 2000 BUDAPEST-Gyula Balogh is a well-off man, who owns a fish restaurant in Tokaj, the capital of Hungary’s famous wine-producing region in the northeast. Balogh is a football fan and the creator, organizer, and sponsor of the Roma Cup, held every June in Nyiregyhaza, also in the country’s northeast. Roma, or Gypsies, who […]

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