“Europe should care more for people and be less concerned with the economic side of things. There should be better social distribution and less social dumping between states,” said Michel from Brussels.
Our round-up of small and brilliant eco-friendly festivals across the continent.
As he kicked off his fourth term as prime minister, Viktor Orban spoke about the end of liberal democracy in Hungary, refusing EU's "nightmares" of United States of Europe, and his foreign policies plans during his acceptance speech at parliament.
With the swearing in of a new Chancellor, and becoming the only Western European country with a far-right party in power, should the EU be concerned about Austria?
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has arrived in Budapest, where he is meeting with leaders of the 16 Central and Eastern European Countries - or CEEC.
The EU wants to get tough on companies that sell poorer quality products in central and eastern Europe.
It comes after complaints from consumers
Why President Macron needs more than electoral good-fortune to recast his country’s economic prospects.
Energy ministers have already failed to reach agreement on a joint statement on climate change at the meeting in Italy.
Germany's centre-right political parties have agreed to nominate Angela Merkel as their candidate to run for chancellor in the country's election in September.
Hundreds of students in Warsaw and other Polish cities have taken part in marches against the country’s populist government.
As the cold weather stretches the electricity supply in France, some unexpected advice is being offered.
A cold snap and showers have hit much of central and eastern Europe in the last few days, including much of the Balkans.
There may only be a few Tatars in Poland but they have been in the country for centuries. The Imam, Janusz Aleksandrowiczat, of a mosque in
This week’s meeting of EU interior ministers revealed the huge division between member states. They only managed to formally adopt an existing
NATO on Thursday confirmed that it would bolster its presence in eastern Europe to counter a perceived Russian threat against its Baltic members