Gyöngyöspata — Hungarian minority Roma said on Wednesday that they feel vindicated by a court ruling that a school had unlawfully segregated Roma children for years and the award of $310,000 in compensation, but they feared renewed tension.

Nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, at odds with the EU for his perceived erosion of the rule of law, sparked protests when he hinted in January that the state should disobey any court order to pay restitution to the Roma and provide training instead...

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