Ruling party’s push to extend citizenship and voting rights to ancestral Hungarians reaches a milestone.
The most important feminist you probably never heard of died in late October, a brave woman still dreaming of a better future.
After abdicating when the communists took power in the aftermath of World War II, King Michael lived most of his life in exile.
Dutch authorities investigate a defendant’s televised suicide during an appeal hearing on war crimes in Bosnia.
Hague court found that Bosnian Serbian former commander "significantly contributed" to the genocide in Srebrenica, and was also guilty of war crimes, and crimes against humanity.
Billionaire has said the ‘hate-mongering campaign’ was designed to ‘distract’ Hungarian voters from government corruption, and dire conditions in health care and education.
Protesters called for a ‘white Europe’ and ‘Islamic Holocaust,’ in a show of support for a Catholic, and not secular, Poland.
Central Asian country has the highest rate of disease and the highest rate of mortality from the disease in the world.
Greece’s detention of a Tajik oppositionist has again raised questions about the abuse of the international criminal notice system.
While an official ban is not openly in place, the Polish Foreign Ministry has expressed strong objections to Richard Spencer’s visit.
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