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Hungary rejects the overwhelming majority of asylum requests from war-fleeing Syrians, new figures show, putting them out-of-touch with their EU counterparts.
European leaders from countries along the Balkan migrant route have gathered in Vienna with the aim of pushing other EU member states to take faster action over the migration…
The controversial question of Donald Trump came up as the Hungarian and Austrian leaders met in Budapest to try to ease tensions over migration.
Hungary’s government has launched its “information campaign” ahead of the country’s upcoming referendum on refugees.
Budapest has reiterated its resistance to an automatic extension of EU sanctions on Russia.
It’s “outrageous” and a “kick in the stomach.” Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban has slammed EU proposals to fine member states a quarter of a
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has used an annual rally marking Revolution Day to attack the European Union’s migration policy. To a mixed
Russian President Vladimir Putin has welcomed Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban to Moscow.
Keeping a foot in both camps can be tricky. No-one knows that better than Viktor Orban, prime minister of EU-member Hungary, who visits Moscow on
The British PM has been in Germany and Hungary, as part of campaign to convince other leaders to back EU reform plans
Sweden and Denmark’s tightening of border controls comes in the wake of drastic measures elsewhere in Europe. Hungary’s Prime Minister, Viktor
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban is aiming for a third term in a row after declaring he’s ready to lead his Fidesz party in 2018 elections. His
Viktor Orbán has discussed suspicions the migrant crisis is a means of importing left-wing voters into Europe.
The EU summit of central and eastern European states grinds on in Brussels as the participants try to get agreement on dealing with the refugee
As the world faces its worst refugee crisis since World War II UN Secretary General Ban-Ki Moon has convened a meeting on migration and refugee
Hungary’s parliament has passed a new law saying the country’s army could now shoot at refugees with rubber bullets and tear gas grenades, so-called
Hungry’s parliament has authorised its army to shoot rubber bullets, pyrotechnical devices, (flashbangs), net guns and tear gas grenades at migrants
As expected, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban made a public statement in response to controversial images appearing to show chaos at a migrant
Hungary’s prime minister is standing by his tough approach to dealing with the migrant crisis. Viktor Orban, who has been meeting officials in
Hungary’s prime minister says Syrian refugees should stop travelling to Europe. Viktor Orban made the comments at a press conference in Brussels. He
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has described the refugee crisis as a “German problem.” He was speaking to reporters after a meeting with the
Hungary’s prime minister has said there is a clear link between illegal migrants entering Europe and the threat of terrorism. As the country
Work has begun in Hungary on a four-metre high fence to close the open border with Serbia. Belgrade is strongly opposed to the plan which has also
A billboard war in Hungary has sparked international concern. The government has put up signs warning refugees not to steal Hungarians’ jobs
It was passed off as joking when European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker said “hello dictator” to Viktor Orban last month, but a new Council of
The importance of stability was the message the leaders of Egypt and Hungary wanted to convey as President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi visited Budapest. He
“The dictator is coming.” Not the usual greeting you would expect to hear at an EU get-together. But “dictator” was the word chosen by European
In this episode of Europe Weekly, the EU gives the green light to start a naval operation off the coast of Libya; the bloc holds a summit in Riga
“Hello, Dictator!” That was the greeting Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban received on Friday from none other than the President of the
Just more than three weeks after his controversial comments on restoring the death penalty, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has been defending