Scientists in Hungary say a 200-year-old institution is under threat. The Academy of Sciences is a prestigious centre of research in the country, but academics are accusing Prime Minister Viktor Orban of attempting to interfere with the autonomy of the institution by changing its remit.
"So even though experts expected more concrete announcements from the meetings, this meeting with President Trump is something that may become very, very useful for Viktor Orban in the campaign of the upcoming European Parliament elections."
Péter Szijjártó told Euronews it was “not fair to confuse migration with the free flow of labour within the European Union.”
Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban has offered families tax breaks and loan benefits in a bid to boost the country's birth rate. But are they necessary and will they pose a problem for Europe? Euronews finds out.
Thousands of Hungarians participated in the latest in a series of protests against the country's new 'slave law'.
Hungary's government has hit back after days of streets protests.
The EPP has lost their credibility overnight after the eviction of the Central European University from Budapest crossed many of their "red lines".
The Central European University may have been an American institution, but for many Hungarians, it represented a bright future for young Hungarians. Now it has been lost to Budapest forever.
The Hungarian government regards the resolution on triggering Article 7 procedure as a punishment for its anti-migration policy.
The man said he didn't go to homeless shelters because fights and theft are rife there.
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In a draft report, Dutch Green MEP Judith Sargentini accused Orbán's government of posing a "systemic threat" to the EU's fundamental principles and compelled her contemporaries to support her recommendation to launch the little-used Article 7.
A prominent Hungarian church leader says there's no divine inspiration behind the prime minister's mission to defend Christianity in Europe.
Thousands of Hungarians — the majority from younger generations — gathered in central Budapest to protest against what they consider an "unfair election system" that gave Viktor Orban a landslide victory in last Sunday's elections.
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: A critical report’s published on Hungary’s rule of law and fundamental rights, but divisions remain over
Hungarians go to the polls and are expected to grant third term to nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban.
Fake political parties are being set up ahead of elections in Hungary in a bid to cheat the public purse out of up to €9.5 million, it’s been claimed.
By far the most feathered candidate running for MP in the Hungarian election, József Tichy-Rács tells Euronews exactly what inspired him to don a chicken suit and enter April's political race.
European leaders have to finally take concrete action to stop Hungary's assault on civil society, writes Amnesty International's Gauri van Gulik.
The two leaders have pledged to cooperate and challenge the EU's migration policy.
Left and right wing demonstrators take to the streets in Budapest to protest against a fine slapped on main opposition party Jobbik for an alleged breach of political funding rules.
He's been described as "an average man with no charisma, certainly not a James Bond type", but Béla Kovács of Hungary's far-right has a wife with Soviet links and was this week charged with espionage against the EU.
Hungary finds itself in an ideological battle with Brussels and several EU states.
Sophie Claudet talks to MEPs György Schöpflin and Judith Sargentini over whether Hungary is in breach of fundamental EU rights and the rule of law.
Ahead of 2018 elections, Hungary's Fidesz ruling party's campaign competes with far-right narratives. We met those who say immigration and globalisation threaten their identity.
Soros has accused Budapest of lying, while a top ruling party politician said the billionaire was engaged in a “frontal assault” against Hungary