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Hungary protest crowd begins to diminish

Thousands of protesters gathered in a downtown square Sunday to demand the prime minister quit for lying about the dire state of the economy. But in a sign that passions might be ebbing after a week of demonstrations, the crowd was significantly smaller than before. Despite the additional attraction of a pop concert by local stars, no more than 2,500 people remained by late evening at Kossuth Square in front of the parliament building, which has been the main protest site. With the weather balmy, 20,000 people flocked to the square on Saturday — the biggest demonstration to date against Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany. Full Story

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