'We do not know how many of them [refugees] are disguised as terrorists' - Hungarian government website
The supermarket's core range is supplemented by its one-off, foire-aux-vins-style seasonal "Collections"
It will be a major surprise if ‘Son of Saul’ doesn’t win Foreign Language Oscar
Prime Minister Viktor Orban announces vote challenging EU decision to relocate 160,000 refugees across Europe
David Cameron faces further opposition to his most contentious EU reform plan: to make migrants wait four years before they can claim in-work benefits
The list is based on tuition fees for a standard bachelor's degree as a percentage of household income
A new study has found that there are three main categories of foolish behaviour – confident ignorance, lack of control and absentmindedness
Around 700 pupils, aged three to 18 years old, attend the private school
A look ahead to the Euro 2016 play-off tie at Ullevaal Stadion
Brussels emergency summit agree on plan for 100,000 places in reception centres for refugees
Petra László will face trial in December for her actions after she was filmed on the Hungarian-Serbian border in September
As Budapest gears up to host the biggest international festival of world music, John Gottfried doesn't miss a beat
Norbert Baksa has been receiving online abuse over the images, which he said were intended to draw attention to the 'complexity' of the refugee crisis
The late Hungarian president played a key role in consolidating his country’s newly-democratic regime
Company who carried out the research says higher education is becoming 'something which only the elite can afford'
CEOs of barbed-wire firms have claimed Hungary is 'misusing' their products