Good Morning Europe
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.
As Judo returned to the scene of last year's World Championships, Brazil's Rafaela Silva was one of the heroes, winning a thrilling final against Germany's Theresa Stoll.
Residents were moved from their homes as authorities in the Hungarian capital dealt with an unexploded World War Two bomb
The move is in line with other European tourist destinations
Some media outlets were refused entry to hear Steve Bannon address his invited audience
The world-renowned chimpanzee expert and environmental campaigner was in Budapest to give a talk on environment protection
The Budapest university founded by George Soros has joined in the condemnation after a pro-government magazine published a list of academics and others, accused of wanting to overthrow Viktor Orban's government.
A shelter in Budapest is urging people to mark the day by sending homeless people much-needed knickers and bras, rather than buying flowers for their loved ones.