Hungary PM wants to create new European right-wing 'force'
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Friday called for the creation of a new European right-wing force for "our type of people" who want to protect their families and homeland.
Hungary extends virus state of emergency, lockdown
Hungary on Thursday extended a coronavirus state of emergency for 90 days and partial lockdown measures until March 1, and said it would issue a decree licensing any vaccine already used on a million people.
Hungary orders two-week lockdown to fight virus
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Friday ordered a nationwide lockdown for two weeks to fight the spread of the new coronavirus.
Hungary's Orban faces growing heat over climate change
As Hungarians increasingly fret about climate change, right-wing Prime Minister Viktor Orban is facing growing heat over the government's perceived ambivalence on a burning issue.
Merkel, Orban mark Iron Curtain anniversary amid new divides
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban welcomed German Chancellor Angela Merkel to the city of Sopron Monday to commemorate a pivotal moment in the fall of the Iron Curtain in 1989.
Hungary court rejects extradition of Macedonian ex-PM
A Hungarian court rejected on Thursday Macedonia's extradition request for former premier Nikola Gruevski, who is accused of misusing public funds including a conviction for providing himself with a luxury Mercedes automobile.
No voter apathy in Ekiti, says Nigeria’s Ambassador to Hungary
The Nigerian Ambassador to Hungary, Dr Eniola Ajayi, says there is no voter apathy in the ongoing Presidential and National Assembly elections in Ekiti State. Ajayi said this on Saturday in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) at Polling Unit 018, Ward 10 in Iyin Ekiti of Irepodun/Ifelodun Local Government Area, shortly…
Flemish nationalists quit Belgian government
Belgium's Flemish nationalist party said on Sunday it will quit the ruling coalition, leaving Prime Minister Charles Michel as the head of a minority government after a row over a UN migration pact. Interior Minister Jan Jambon of the New Flemish Alliance (N-VA) confirmed on Sunday that he and the party's other ministers would step…
Fugitive ex-Macedonian PM hit with new criminal cases
Macedonia prosecutors filed two new indictments Thursday against fugitive former premier Nikola Gruevski, who said this week he was granted asylum in Hungary after fleeing a two-year jail sentence in his homeland. Gruevski, a former strongman close to Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban, fled to Budapest earlier this month after being sentenced in Macedonia for…