Opinion

When anti-Semitism and Islamophobia join hands

The campaign against George Soros has fueled a dangerous symbiosis between anti-Semitism and Islamophobia.

Farid Hafez

by Farid Hafez

Farid Hafez

Inside Story

Should all EU countries share role in taking refugees?

The EU's top court is hearing lawsuits filed by Hungary and Slovakia against a mandatory quota to accept asylum seekers.

Europe

Hungary and Slovakia face setback in bid to reject refugees

Hungary and Slovakia have faced a setback in their attempt to get rid of rules mandating that they take in more refugees, after the adviser to the EU's top court advised rejecting their lawsuit.

Hungary

EU's top court urged to dismiss refugee relocation case

European Court of Justice adviser defends resettlement scheme and says case by Slovakia and Hungary should be dismissed.

Opinion

Poland is turning authoritarian

Will the Polish people be able to stop it?

Claudia Ciobanu

by Claudia Ciobanu

Claudia Ciobanu

Europe

EU condemns Hungarian border control policies

Hungary is refusing to accept any relocated migrants from the rest of the European Union and it has been working hard to stop anyone making it into the country unofficially from Croatia or Serbia. Al Jazeera’s Laurence Lee reports.

Opinion

We will not be intimidated by Hungary's NGO law

The Hungarian government has launched an active campaign against NGOs but we will resist.

Todor Gardos

by Todor Gardos

Todor Gardos

Politics

Hungary tightens rules on foreign-funded NGOs

New law that forces foreign-funded groups to register with authorities slammed by critics as attempt to stifle dissent.

Hungary tightens rules on foreign-funded NGOs

Europe

Swiss court rules against sending refugees to Hungary

Switzerland suspends the provisions of the Dublin Convention in relation to Hungary because of insecure conditions.

Court rules against sending asylum seekers to Hungary

Europe

Hungary gets EU sanctions warning

European politicians have threatened Hungary with unprecedented sanctions if the right-wing government does not withdraw some of its anti-European Union rhetoric.

Europe

EU Parliament concerned over Hungary rule of law

Resolution urges inquiry into the state of democracy and the 'serious deterioration' in Hungary's human rights.

Europe

Hungary's proposed NGO bill stirs controversy

In the latest alleged attack on civil society, Hungary wants to pass a law demanding that non-governmental organisations reveal the source of all their funding.

Europe

EU opens case against Hungary over higher education law

Brussels says Budapest undermines principle of academic freedom by targeting university funded by US philanthropist.

EU opens case against Hungary over higher education law

Education

Intellectuals decry Hungary law targeting university

Open letter from artists, poets and academics to PM accuses new law of seeking 'to close democratic institutions'.

Intellectuals criticise law targeting CEU university

Human Rights

UN urges EU not to send asylum seekers back to Hungary

Asylum seekers, including children, are being held in shipping containers surrounded by razor fences, the UN says.

UN urges EU not to send asylum seekers back to Hungary