Exclusive, 'It Was An Invasion': How Hungary Managed To...

May 1, 2017

When other countries welcomed refugees with open arms, Hungary decided it was time to eradicate illegal immigration at any cost. Hungary's second border fence has just been completed in the southern town of Asotthalom.

Police charge 2 lawmakers from Slovak far-right party with extremism

April 30, 2017

Slovakia's police said on Saturday they have charged two members of parliament from a far-right People's Party-Our Slovakia with extremism for hate speech against the Roma, the Jews and Islam.

Crash of Cuban Military Plane Kills 8

April 30, 2017

An AN-26 aircraft, belonging to the Slovak military, is pictured in Kosice, Slovakia, in January 2006. A Cuban AN-26 crashed near Candelaria, Cuba, April 29, 2017.

Police detain suspects of smuggling Vietnamese to Germany

May 2, 2017

The Czech police have detained six people suspected of smuggling Vietnamese migrants from Serbia to Germany and they prosecute four Vietnamese and one Czech in this case, Jaroslav Ibehej, spokesman for the National Centre against Organised Crime, announced on its website on Saturday.

Leaders In Hospitality CEE & CIS Summit 2017, Prague

May 1, 2017

The Leaders In hospitality CEE & CIS will take place on 5th-6th June. It’s the fifth edition returning to Prague where it was originally launched. Previously, it has been hosted in Warsaw, Budapest and Vienna.

Orban Gets Lesson Over CEU Dispute

May 1, 2017

Hungary wants to close George Soros’s Central European University in Budapest, with students and universities around Central Europe expressing their disapproval and offering help. CEU students have taken to the streets of Budapest, demanding the government and the President veto the Lex CEU.

In Slovakia, Europe without the crowds

April 28, 2017

I always search for the road less touristed. Yet I felt trepidation as I drove with my spouse across the Hungarian plain from Budapest into Kosice, Slovakia's second-largest city.

Bulgaria wants to renegotiate Gazprom gas prices every year

April 27, 2017

Bulgaria wants to renegotiate gas prices with Gazprom more often than proposed by the Russian gas company as a concession in an EU antitrust case, its energy minister said on Thursday.

Brexit `Slap' Is Helping Turn Anti-EU Tide, Slovak Leader Says

April 28, 2017

The populist forces tearing at Europe's seams are abating, Slovak President Andrej Kiska said in an interview.

Expert's guide to saving thousands on your hen party

April 29, 2017

How to throw a hen party that DOESN'T break the bank: Expert's guide to saving thousands on your big weekend In between the pottery classes, limousines and endless mimosas, unwitting hens can often find themselves shelling out hundreds of pounds with the average knees-up costing a


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