After police were filmed kneeling on a Roma man’s neck, tensions between the marginalised minority and state have grown.
Critics say Hungary’s planned Fudan University campus is a sign of growing reliance on China.
Expats who quit the UK are pleasantly surprised by the positive changes that took place during their absence.
A neo-Nazi Slovak MP has been given a prison sentence, after Greece and Italy took legal measures against the far right.
Ivan Konev entered Prague shortly after the German surrender in 1945, while his statue left the city on Friday.
In an election campaign focused on rampant corruption, the result signifies a change of course for the small EU member.
Voters want to clean up Slovakian politics, but a pro-democracy opposition will have to work together to unseat Smer.
Thousands mark the second anniversary of the murder of journalist Jan Kuciak and his fiancee Martina Kusnirova.
The square on which the Russian embassy stands will be renamed to honour Boris Nemtsov, killed near the Kremlin in 2015.
Andrej Babis has had a tough year, and it’s not over yet.