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"You know I’m a street fighter basically," Orbán told martial artist and actor Chuck Norris.
The Hungarian government regards the resolution on triggering Article 7 procedure as a punishment for its anti-migration policy.
FYROM's former prime minister, Nikola Gruevski, has been granted asylum in Hungary, the Magyar Idok newspaper reported on Tuesday.
Nikola Gruevski has submitted an asylum request in Hungary asking for refugee status.
Hundreds of cranes cross over Hungary on their migratory route to North Africa.
The split in the EPP group laid bare at Helsinki summit over values.
Liberal MEP Guy Verhofstadt has claimed Hungary’s PM Viktor Orban is trying to destroy Europe.
Three years on from dieselgate Europe considers the future of diesel.
Orbán’s Hungary and Brexit Britain are symptoms of the same malaise that has befallen much of the West, writes UK Labour MEP Neena Gill.
The Hungarian Supreme Court has revised the rulings of two lower courts that handed now acquitted Petra Laszlo three years' probation for disorderly conduct.
The man said he didn't go to homeless shelters because fights and theft are rife there.
Secrets of the Danube revealed. How drought is helping to uncover Hungary’s rich history.
Interview with Hungary's FM in The Brief from Brussels
Hungary is ready to discuss issues, he says in euronews interview
Hungary's ban on gender studies reveals a widespread fear of marginalised voices, says a feminist from Afghanistan who moved to Budapest expecting to study the subject.
The Hungarian government's campaign highlighting MEPs and George Soros is making headlines once again.
The Hungarian PM Viktor Orban has adopted a rhino, and the helped in the campaign to name the new animal - an online vote saw the name 'trotters' win, and the leader joked it didn't need a two-thirds majority to win, as he did in April's election.
A suspected bomb has been found outside the home of George Soros, a billionaire hate figure for right-wing campaigners in eastern Europe.
At least three homeless people were arrested last week in Hungary after a law criminalising rough sleeping came into effect.
Romanian border police said they found 47 people hidden in the back of a lorry at the country's border with Hungary on Monday.