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.
Budapest party district to hold referendum on pub opening hours. Some residents in the 7th district of Elisabeth Town say the district is attracting the wrong type of tourism.
It’s hard to imagine anything more fragile than a Ghraoui chocolate creation: such as the delicate hand-painted violin or autumn leaves which seem
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has arrived in Budapest, where he is meeting with leaders of the 16 Central and Eastern European Countries - or CEEC.
Japan were awarded an eighth gold medal after winning the mixed team event at the 2017 World Judo Championships in the Hungarian capital Budapest
The Budapest Urban Games now includes a challenging swim across Danube for the first time this year. 263 participants dived in despite the strong currents and even whirlpools.
Day four of the Judo World Championships was one for the rank outsiders as the field saw some major upsets.
The pride of Kosovo, Majlinda Kelmendi turned up on day two of the Judo World Championships in confident mood, hoping to become World champion for the third…
The first day of the Judo World Championships saw no surprises until the semifinals, which included the top three women in the under 48 kilo category.
Vladimir Putin’s visit to Budapest today has shone a light on a burgeoning political party making waves in Hungary.
Budapest went back in time early on Monday when activists replaced street names with ones from the communist era to protest against the Russian president's visit.
Happy Birthday Judo. 65 Years together.
The sport has grown up and become an adult.
To celebrate its anniversary, The International Judo
The Russian President is due in the Hungarian capital for the world judo championships
Marius Vizer has been re-elected as the President of the International Judo Federation.
His proposed list for the IJF Executive Committee also
Band's get ready to perform at day three of Budapest’s 25th Sziget festival.
Sziget is one of the highlights on the European music festival scene