The doomsday clock is stuck at two minutes to midnight - while in Europe people take to the streets to call against global warming, a name dispute, Brexit. We speak to the Hungarian foreign minister on the dispute with Brussels and Serbian film director Emir Kusturica on his views about the EU.
Péter Szijjártó speaks to Euronews about the European Parliament backing plans to freeze funds to countries violating rule of law. He says such moves are 'basically a matter of revenge against Hungary' for voting the ruling Fidesz party into power.
In this edition we look at what Europe's future policy is on space (including joining up with NASA to smash asteroids), a court ruling on religious holidays, Russia Ukraine gas talks and Hungary's Foreign Minister speaks about rule of law.
In our Futuris series, we visited an escape room in the Hungarian capital, Budapest. A new European research project is working to preserve historical material related to cultural resistance from the communist regimes in Central and Eastern Europe. But how are they achieving that?
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban held his first government news conference of 2019 in Budapest where he drew a distinct line between European ideologies. Orban laid out his goal of electing an anti-immigration majority in the bloc's parliamentary elections in May.