Hungary is an eastern European country with a population of 9.9 million. It borders Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, Ukraine and Romania.
A former-Eastern Bloc country, Hungary held its first multiparty elections in 1990. Its capital city is Budapest. Hungary has belonged to NATO since 1990. In 2004, it joined the EU and, three years later, the bloc's border-free Schengen Area. This is a collection of DW's latest content on Hungary.
Brexit talks get underway - The Grenfell Tower tragedy brings together the UK's Sierra Leonean community – Nato exercises in the Baltics - The Museum of Failure in Sweden - Tensions in Turkey over refugees from Syria and Iraq - On trial for people smuggling and murder in Hungary – Migrants and unaccompanied minors in Serbia - Midsummer celebrations Icelandic style - Happy elders in the Netherlands
A trial has begun in Hungary in which four men are charged with murdering seventy one refugees found dead in a truck in Austria nearly two years ago. The victims were men, women and children from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan, being smuggled into Europe by people they had paid. As Kerry Skyring reports from Vienna neither the tragedy nor the trial has stopped the trafficking of migrants into Europe.
Hard Brexit, soft Brexit or no Brexit at all – Do EU citizens have a future in the UK? - Does the new gay, half-Indian Irish prime minister break the mold? - Britain's youth push politics forward - A crackdown on anti-corruption protestors across Russia - Is a new Hungarian law silencing dissent - A new generation of co-working spaces in Berlin - Giant benches in Italy are child's play.
The Hungarian parliament has approved a law imposing strict regulations on foreign-funded NGO's, despite protests against the measures. Prime Minister Viktor Orban said the law was necessary to stop foreign funded NGOs interfering with domestic policy. His critics say that this is a move to crackdown on independent voices. Emma Wallis talks to correspondent Stefan Bos in Budapest.