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Hungary border closure draws criticism from Brussels
Brussels has suggested it prefers more targeted measures, rather than blanket bans.
EU COVID-19 rescue fund: what safeguards are there against corruption?
Leaders agreed a "historic" deal on the coronavirus recovery package, but how can the EU be sure that the money doesn't get into the wrong hands?
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Europe's week: a historic summit or sowing seeds of future discord?
This week we look back at the marathon talks between EU leaders and the potential impact on relations between member states.
Analysis: New EU tools to prevent backsliding on the rule of law
So far, the EU's response to assaults on the rule of law was based on infringement procedures, European Court of Justice rulings, and - in the case of Hungary and Poland - the so-called Article 7 process. But now, the EU is introducing new tools.
Hungary breaking EU law over foreign-funded NGO crackdown, says ECJ
The restrictions placed on NGO funding was seen as targeting billionaire philanthropist George Soros.
Coronavirus blues: the musicians struggling to make ends meet under lockdown
Unreported Europe meets musicians and artists struggling to make ends meet under lockdown restrictions.
Hungary bid to end emergency powers 'an optical illusion'
The state of emergency gave the government the power to rule by decree and was heavily criticised because it had no clear end date.
Orban and Hungarian government poised to give up unrestrained powers
The much-criticised emergency powers introduced at the end of March are to come out of legislation this week, according to the Justice minister.
Hungary 'won't accept ECJ ruling' on migrant transit zones.
It relates to the case of four migrants from Afghanistan and Iran, who had their applications rejected by Hungarian authorities.
Nine die in Hungary after hospital ejection to free space for COVID-19
The government sent a letter to hospitals in early April, demanding that half of the country's 68,000 hospital beds be made available to COVID-19 patients. According to Human Rights Watch, at least nine people have died as a result.
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Europe's week: Riots, rackets and reckonings
Euronews' Brussels bureau looks back at key developments across the continent this week.
'Simply fake': Hungary hits back over criticism of Orban's new powers
Hungary's foreign minister, Péter Szijjártó, insists Orban's new powers will only be related to the 'pandemic situation'.
Covid-19: What are the consequences for small and medium enterprises?
Unreported Europe explores the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on small and medium enterprises in Bulgaria, Hungary and Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Five stories you may have missed due to coronavirus
A stolen masterpiece, Hungarian democracy being questioned -- and not forgetting Brexit, here are the stories you may have missed this week.
'There is definitely a clause' to scrap Orban's state of emergency
The Hungarian emergency law would enable Prime Minister Viktor Orban to rule by decree. This happens in other countries, but critics say the Hungarian emergency law has no clear limitation in time - therefore a risk for the rule of law.
Tusk urges expulsion of Orban's Fidesz from European People's Party
The request comes after Hungary voted through sweeping new powers for Viktor Orban to rule by decree amid the coronavirus pandemic.
'Absolutely unacceptable': MEP slams Hungary's emergency COVID-19 law
'It means the suspension of parliamentary democracy in Hungary,' said one MEP, reacting to Hungary's emergency coronavirus legislation
Politics on lockdown: see how MEP Katalin Cseh keeps up with Brussels business in Budapest
We are asking MEPs to invite us into their homes during self-isolation to see how they continue their parliamentary work far from Brussels.
Budapest's mayor snubs Orban over access to EU climate change cash
Budapest wants to cut out Hungary's government and get direct access to EU green transition cash.
Is Hungary 'starving' asylum seekers to deter immigration?
The European Court of Human Rights has ordered Hungary for the 28th time this week to provide food to an asylum seeker in the transit zone. Human rights advocates say starvation is part of government tactics to deter migrants.
Hungarian Fidesz Party suspension upheld by EPP
The decision to uphold the suspension of Hungarian PM Viktor Orban's Fidesz Party from the EPP political group was made behind closed doors yesterday.
Croatian EU presidency says no to sanctions on Hungary and Poland
The European Parlament last week requested strong action from the Croatian presidency on rule of law. Here is the reaction from the Croatian presidency.
Land grab: Hungary's political elite accused of milking the system
Hungary is in the headlines again with allegations of large-scale land-grabbing by the ruling elite. Unreported Europe investigates whether leading politicians are handing out precious farmland to friends and family.
The Brief: Rule of law worries in Hungary and Poland
The European Parliament has voted on a resolution saying that rule of law in Hungary and Poland is still deteriorating. Which means that the EU is failing to bring these countries to realign with the Union’s core values.
Can sticking flags in sausages boost domestic consumption?
Hungarian farmers have praised the new policy but supermarkets are sceptical.
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Out with the old, in with the new... Commission President
In this week's State of the Union Ursula von der Leyen finally takes the reins from Jean-Claude Juncker, in her first official work week.