A backlash against immigration, LGBTQ rights, abortion and support for Ukraine is unfolding across the continent.
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Murder of a Roma man alleged to have been committed by a Ukrainian person sparks angry protests in the Czech Republic.
Hungary’s anti-migrant leader prompts alarm in Brussels and neighbouring countries by releasing 777 people smugglers.
Pressure is rising to include the Russian nuclear sector in the European Commission’s 11th sanction package plans.
Those wishing to reconnect with their heritage say the government in Prague must scrap a communist-era law.
Budapest withdraws from a Russian-controlled bank after it was sanctioned, but ties with Western powers remain shaky.
Former NATO General Petr Pavel will become the fourth president of the Czech Republic.
After a years-long campaign by Roma activists, a pig farm that stood on a former concentration camp is being removed.
Citing ‘unfulfilled expectations’, Prague considers leaving China’s 16+1 investment club for Central and Eastern Europe.
The Hungarian strongman will have to adjust his government’s outlook, pundits on both sides of the fence say.