Prime Minister Viktor Orbán together with his wife, lay down white roses on the tomb. The Late Prime Minister Imre Nagy was a communist reformer but he was arrested and hanged on the 16 June in 1958 for his involvement during the revoultion in 1956.
German police make arrest in connection with Lübcke shooting
Conservative leadership hopefuls take part in live debate
Seventy original works by the British artist Banksy are on display in Portugal. This exhibition has already been to Moscow and Madrid attracting more than 600,000 people.
Geri Horner apologised to the fans at the sold-out Wembley Stadium for leaving the all-girl band in 1998 after she said she was suffering from exhaustion.
In eastern France, south of Lyon, violent hailstones the size of tennis balls hit and broke car windscreens. The French Minister of Agriculture, Didier Guillaume, announced on Sunday that the affected regions would be declared a state of natural d...
Rory Stewart on Boris Johnson's absence from tonight's live debate.
Stanley Johnson believes there are lots of good potential Tory leaders.
Crew members of the oil tanker Front Altair, one of two vessels attacked this week in the Gulf of Oman, have landed in Dubai. The attacks happened three days ago. It comes amid calls from Saudi Arabia to secure Gulf energy supplies given that the ...
Conservatives have regained control of the Spanish capital while the left hangs on in Barcelona.
In an exclusive interview with Euronews, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev promised an early release for pro-democracy campaigners who’d not caused “serious damage” to public safety
Llanelli MP Nia Griffiths says there is a "strong case" for sex and relationship education to be compulsory.
The anti-corruption campaigner has vowing to fight impunity and boost justice after the shock murder of a journalist last year.
Haiti's capital has been brought to a standstill by protesters calling for the resignation of the country's president, after allegations of corruption.
Thousands of Venezuelans rushed to Peru's northern border on Friday, in an attempt to enter the country before it imposed tougher immigration regulations.
Franco Zeffirelli, the Italian director acclaimed for his work in film, theatre and opera, has died at the age of 96.
Violence between drug cartels is thought to be behind the disappearance of tens of thousands of people in Mexico. As authorities fail to provide answers, a group of mothers has embarked on a desperate search for bodies.
In an experimental nursing home in Russia, senior citizens and disabled children live together. The home is an appeal for tolerance in a society where the disabled often face discrimination.
Large parts of Mozambique were devastated when cyclone Idai swept across the country in early March. More than 1000 people died, hundreds of thousands are homeless, essential supplies are lacking. The port city of Beira was hit particularly hard. ...
The United States has said that Iran is responsible for the attack on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman.
The Democratic Party, chaired by controversial oligarch Vladimir Plahotniuc, has resigned from power, paving the way for an unlikely coalition between a pro-Russia and a pro-EU party.
Earlier this week Cyprus said it had issued arrest warrants for the crew of a Turkish drilling ship which it said had infringed on its territory.
A controversial draft law on extradition to mainland China will be suspended, says Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam, after widespread anger and protests.
Euronews journalists from across Europe and the Middle East share their memories of the 1986 Chernobyl disaster.
As paramedics, Marcus Muller and Tobias Filler, who work in Offenbach, are there for anyone who is injured and needs help. But their dream job is turning into a nightmare.
Duke of Sussex presents awards at Commonwealth reception
The World Health Organization (WHO) determined for the third time that the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is not a "public health emergency of international concern".
Spain's Supreme Court blocked jailed Catalan leader Oriol Junqueras from leaving prison to collect credentials to join the EU parliament.
Commemorations are taking place in London to mark the two-year anniversary of a deadly apartment block blaze.
Here we break down the controversy that prompted the US to point the finger at Iran.
Londoners remember the devastation of Grenfell Tower across different locations in the capital.
Venezuela's Instagram priest Luis Antonio Salazar not only delivers fun explanations about the Gospel on social media, but he's also declared himself against Maduro's government.
A new study has found that by 2040, 60% of the meat we eat won't be from slaughtered animals. Instead, it predicts a massive shift to lab-grown meat alternatives or plant-based products.
Progress, but not big breakthrough. Trying to create a budget across the 19 economies of the eurozone is always a challenge.
The BBC's Frank Gardner looks at the evidence the US says proves Iran's involvement in Thursday's attacks in the Gulf of Oman.
Women in Switzerland went on strike on Friday in a nationwide protest calling for equal pay and an end to discrimination.
Memories of Tiananmen Square were still fresh when Britain negotiated the handover of Hong Kong to China. The UK insisted that the right to assemble and protest be protected. DW met up with two Hong Kong dissidents who have found asylum in Germany.
Nineteen-year-old Alina Anisimova is leading a team of young women to build Kyrgyzstan's first satellite.
The two African governments hope to address the imbalance between farmers' income and money made by large commodity merchants. Producers and traders agreed on this course of action as the majority of money does not reach the farmers who live in po...
Military rulers admit they ordered the security operation that led to the killing of at least 100 protesters last week.
A monster landslide in Wuping County located in east China's Fujian Province swallowed several cars on Thursday, killing one man.
Two months of rains falls in two days in Linconshire
The Indian treasures on offer span 500 years, from the beginning of the Mughal dynasty to the present day.
The city of Toronto erupts in celebration after its basketball team, the Raptors, wins America's NBA.
Competition underdogs the Toronto Raptors have won their first NBA championship in the team's history