An Ethnic Minority Breathes Easier...As Politicians Try To Clean Up A Mess
On the first Saturday in every month, Eniko Horvathy boards a ferry at the sleepy south Slovak river port of Sturovo for the half-hour trip across to Hungary. "My sister lives in Esztergom," the 75-year-old grandmother grumbles. "I've had to take this bloody ferry to see her for the last 55 years. I used to be able to walk across."
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