A Hungarian Restaurant Is Serving 'Terrorist' and 'Syrian' Pizzas
The guy who came up with this menu definitely doesn't think it's offensive.
Leaked Tapes, Shootout, and Protests Prompt Senior Macedonian Officials to Resign
The government of Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski was rocked by the loss of a close political ally and two government ministers on Tuesday, in the wake of a gun battle that killed 22 people.
Welcome to Liberland: Europe's Newest State
In its first week Liberland received, from all around the globe, 220,000 registrations; 1,200,000 website visits; and 100,000 Facebook followers, and it was the subject of 1,810,000 Google searches
'There Is No Limit to Jobbik's Expansion': Does Hungary's Future Belong to the Far Right?
It has been denounced by critics as a shameful reflection of rising nationalism and xenophobia. To Jobbik, the victory of its first ever directly elected parliamentarian is a sign of things to come.
Macedonia Is Edging Towards Tipping Point Thanks to an Intelligence File Called 'The Bomb'
The president of the European Commission has just canceled a trip to the Balkan state and Macedonia's political crisis shows no signs of slowing.
The Contest for Hungary's Allegiance Steps Up With Putin Visit
Hungarian leader Viktor Orbán has declared he wants to create an "illiberal" democracy like Russia's, and is signing gas deals that pull his country closer to Moscow at a time when the rest of Europe is pulling away.
Macedonia Cracks Down on Opposition Amid Coup Allegations and Leaked Videos
The Balkan state is gripped by a political standoff and the opposition leader was charged with treason over the weekend.
Opposition Activists Gather in Budapest to Protest Against Hungary's Prime Minister
From party leaders to pensioners, demonstrators gathered in the city with grievances ranging from government corruption to financial hardships plaguing the European country.
Hungary's Corruption Scandal Is Becoming a Total Soap Opera
Six senior Hungarian officials have been banned from entering the US in a series of events that has plummeted US-Hungarian relations to their lowest point since the Cold War.
Huge Internet Tax Protests Galvanize Government Opposition in Hungary
Over 100,000 people marched through Budapest on Tuesday to protest against a proposed internet tax, and the increasing authoritarianism of Hungary's government.
Divisions Cemented as Nationalists Hold On to Power in Bosnia-Herzegovina Vote
Two decades after the Dayton Agreement helped end a brutal war, the country is mired in economic troubles and narrow sectarian interests are threatening progress.
War Crimes Trial Ends as Divisive Election Nears in Bosnia and Herzegovina
The five-year trial of suspected war criminal and former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic came to a close this week, just as voters in Bosnia and Herzegovina were due to head to the polls.