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Hungary and Serbia will ‘rebuild’ Central Europe and ‘protect’ it from waves of immigration – Orban
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has said that Budapest and Belgrade have pledged to “rebuild Central Europe,” even stating that the two Balkan countries will “protect” the region against waves of migration from Afghanistan.
Hungarian prime minister hits back at Biden calling him a 'thug' on 'Tucker'
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán sits down with Tucker Carlson to discuss how western Europe is changing and how his country is moving further away.
Tucker: Why can't we have this in America?
Western liberals are threatened by Hungary’s success, can’t accept ‘conservative national alternative,’ Orban tells Tucker Carlson
Hungary declares LGBT+ activists will be barred from schools as EU opens inquiry into law restricting promotion of homosexuality
Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban declared on Thursday that his country would bar LGBT+ activists from schools under a new law restricting promotion of homosexuality, despite pressure from the EU to rescind the legislation.
Czech President calls transgender people 'disgusting'
Czech President Milos Zeman called transgender people "disgusting" in an interview on CNN affiliate CNN Prima News on Sunday, during a discussion of a controversial new law in Hungary.
Why Biden's Effort to Forge a United Front with EU Against China is a Rather Steep Challenge
Although the Biden administration is trying to reassure the EU about Washington's commitment to transatlantic values, mutual distrust and differences still persist, undermining the White House's idea of forming a united front against Chi...
European Union to investigate Hungary over anti-LGBT law
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen says that the EU is assessing whether the legislation is in breach of European law.
Hungary's parliament passes anti-LGBT law ahead of 2022 election
Hungary's parliament passed legislation on Tuesday that bans the dissemination of content in schools deemed to promote homosexuality and gender change, amid strong criticism from human rights groups and opposition parties.
Europe divided on taking the knee during EURO 2020 football tournament
Some teams support kneeling, while others say the gesture has become "meaningless" in the fight to tackle racism.
Thousands protest in Hungary against planned Chinese university campus
Thousands of Hungarians, some of them holding banners declaring "treason," protested on Saturday against a Chinese university's plans to open a campus in Budapest.
Analysis: European leaders seized more power during the pandemic. Few have 'exit plans' to hand it back
Hundreds of thousands of people have lost their lives across Europe due to Covid-19, and many more have suffered long-term ill health after contracting the disease. They're not the only casualties of the pandemic.
Hungary blocks EU joint condemnation of China’s crackdown on Hong Kong
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas lambasted Hungary for an "absolutely incomprehensible" decision to block an EU statement accusing Beijing of cracking down on democracy in Hong Kong.
Which countries are Europe's worst for journalistic freedom?
Monday marks World Press Freedom Day, so amid what RSF has called a ‘dramatic deterioration in access to information’, Euronews takes a look at the 10 worst countries in Europe for press freedom.
Hungary's Orban extends dominance through university reform
Hungary's parliament passed legislation on Tuesday setting up foundations to take over the running of universities and cultural institutions in a move critics say extends the ideological imprint of the ruling right-wing government.
Hungary eyes vaccinating over 40% of population by end of April, starts lifting coronavirus restrictions
Hungary expects to vaccinate more than 40% of its population by the end of the month, a top official has said. Budapest has already begun lifting Covid-19 restrictions after it met the 25%-vaccination goal.
Let us into hospitals to show real COVID picture, says Hungary's media
A government decree bans journalists from reporting inside hospitals or interviewing health care professionals. Journalists say this risks "exacerbating the epidemic".
Hungary records the deadliest day of the pandemic, despite its leading vaccine rollout
Hungary has recorded its deadliest day of the pandemic so far, struggling to contain the latest surge of new coronavirus cases even as its vaccine rollout speeds up.
Hungarian foreign minister takes Russian Sputnik V jab on camera
Peter Szijjarto has become the first European official to receive the Russian Sputnik V vaccine, as his nation prepares to receive another batch of hundreds of thousands of doses from Russia.
EU to Sanction Chinese Officials Over Human Rights Violations
The European Union is set to target China with sanctions for the first time since the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown, blacklisting four people and one entity over human rights abuses in Xinjiang, several diplomats said.
Austria and Denmark plan vaccines with Israel to bolster slow EU supply
Austria and Denmark, chafing at the slow rollout of COVID-19 vaccines within the European Union, have joined forces with Israel to produce second-generation vaccines against mutations of the coronavirus.
Analysis: The EU is facing the most serious crises in its history. Many are wondering if anyone's in charge
The year is only six weeks old, but 2021 is already revealing the European Union's inherent limitations.
No money no honey: Pfizer cuts vaccine deliveries by as much as half to some EU countries
Pfizer has slashed in half the volume of COVID-19 vaccines it will deliver to some EU countries this week, government officials said on Thursday, as frustration over the U.S. drugmaker's unexpected cut in supplies grows.
Hungary PM asks regulator to assess Chinese COVID vaccine quickly
Hungary's medical regulator will hopefully give a "clear answer" in a few days on whether the country can start using a coronavirus vaccine developed by China for mass inoculations, Prime Minister Viktor Orban told state radio on Friday.
2020 was a terrible year for Europe. 2021 is unlikely to be much better
You'd struggle to find anyone in Europe who will be unhappy to see the back of 2020.
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