You shook me all night long: People residing near the soon-to-be-completed Puskas Arena in Bupadest's 14th district reported that Rammstein's recently-released 'Deutschland' song could be heard through the facility's sound system on repeat for hours in the night from Monday to Tuesday.
ITU Telecom World 2019 gathers governments, industry and entrepeneurs in Budapest, Hungary. This year's topic focuses on the importance of global collaboration in the telecom world: "Innovating together: connectivity that matters".
A Hungarian political party has installed punching bags around Budapest as part of its campaign for the upcoming mayoral elections.
The tourist boat involved in a deadly collision on the Danube in Budapest has been pulled from the water.
A body was pulled from the Danube more than 100 km downstream from Budapest
Survivors of the Budapest tour boat disaster say they barely had time to grab hold of a drifting lifeboat while watching in horror as others struggled in the dark, rainy waters.
Seven people are dead and 20 missing after a pleasure boat carrying South Koreans was struck by another vessel in the Hungarian capital.
In the run-up to the European elections, Good Morning Europe host Belle Donati is travelling across the continent to meet Members of the European Parliament in their own constituencies.
Budapest is working to become a bike-friendly city, with a growing network of dedicated paths, and a fleet of shared bicycles, known as Bubi bikes.
Day 2 of Global Sustainable Fashion Week with Carry Somers
Jane Haining died at Auschwitz and is the only Scot to be honoured as “righteous among the nations” by Yad Vashem.
This time round the ammunition was fake and a small audience cheered from the sidelines. The re-enactment is an annual event to commemorate the fight for independence from the Austrian Empire.
Hundreds of Hungarians marched through central Budapest in a "silly walk" parade on Monday (April 1), copying flamboyant moves from British comedy group Monty Python's famous television sketch to mark April Fools' Day.
More and more festivals are taking sustainability and environmental considerations very seriously so that festival-goers can party it up the green way.
In our "Green Weekend" series, we invite you to discover Europe’s main cities in a sustainable way - from green accommodation to getting around, ethical shopping to relaxing.
We checked Hungary’s first plant-based hotspot and it was inspiring.
The death rate from air pollution in Hungary is said to be the second highest in the world coming just behind China
The country's largest soup kitchen is organised by the Food for Life Foundation and has been delivering thousands of hot meals to those in need every year.
Protesters in Brussels and Budapest have made headlines over the weekend... for very different reasons.
Protesters are out on the streets of Budapest again.
Protests took place inside and outside the Hungarian parliament as anger grows at new labour legislation that some are calling the "slave law".
Secrets of the Danube revealed. How drought is helping to uncover Hungary’s rich history.
Politicians prepare to vote on launching Article 7 amid claims of Budapest breaching EU law
Hungary’s government will stop financing gender studies university courses.
Cuba's Idalys Ortiz scores a Waza-ari against Maryna Slutskaya to chalk up her first win in two years at the Budapest Grand Prix.
Amidst more thrills and spills at the judo showpiece event, the video referee rules in Miklos Ungvari's favour, who becomes world champion on home soil at the age of 37.