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Floating regally in the middle of the Danube separating Buda from Pest, Margaret Island, or Margitsziget, is one of the jewels in Budapest's crown.
Budapest is fast becoming one of Europe's leading travel destinations, especially in winter when Hungary's capital city truly comes to life.
The architecture of Budapest is rich testament to the city's history. Many buildings were constructed in the 19th century, when the city saw major development as part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Others exhibit the bright colors and ornate decoration of the art nouveau that dominated the early 1900s, or the austere, state-dictated socialist realism that followed.
The German government will make a one-off compensation payment to survivors of the Kindertransport program, which rescued Jewish children from Nazi Germany and brought them to Britain.
A fifth person has died from his wounds as a result of Tuesday's Strasbourg Christmas market attack, the Paris prosecutor's office told CNN on Sunday.
Another night of demonstrations turned violent in Budapest on Sunday when thousands took to the streets to protest at what they call a "slave law" -- new legislation allowing employers to ask workers to take on up to 400 hours of overtime a year.
Crowds of "gilets jaunes" or "yellow vest" protesters gathered Saturday in Paris for a fifth consecutive weekend of demonstrations despite concessions this week by French President Emmanuel Macron.
With the last surviving perpetrators of Nazi war crimes now well into old age, Germany is racing against time to bring them to justice.
Tombstones and a Holocaust memorial in a Jewish cemetery outside Strasbourg, France, were vandalized with Nazi swastikas and other anti-Semitic graffiti this week.
A fourth person has died as a result of a shooting attack this week at the famed Christmas market in Strasbourg, France, French authorities told CNN on Friday.
Lawmakers in Kosovo have voted overwhelmingly to upgrade the country's armed security force and create an army, an act set to inflame tensions with Serbia.
Thousands of demonstrators hit the streets of Budapest for a second night over the passing of a series of bills that critics argue will cement Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's grip on power.
The man suspected of killing at least three people and wounding 13 others at Strasbourg's famed Christmas market has been killed by French police, following a shoot-out not far from the scene of Tuesday's attack.
On Thursday French police evacuated buildings and cordoned off the area where a lone gunman fled after he killed at least three people and wounded 13 others on Tuesday at a Christmas market in the eastern city of Strasbourg.
Hungary's parliament was thrown into scenes of turmoil following the vote on the new legislation, with opposition lawmakers sounding air horns and angrily confronting Prime Minister Viktor Orban.
Making a venue fit for a prince is a daunting task, but an Irish city may have gone overboard in its preparations for a visit from the UK's Prince Charles.
A high-speed train crashed Thursday in the Turkish capital of Ankara, killing at least nine people and injuring dozens more, according to the city's governor.
The Russian government alleged in an exclusive interview that Maria Butina, who had cultivated connections with the National Rifle Association before the 2016 US election, was "tortured" while in US custody.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has survived a vote of no confidence triggered by members of her own party over her handling of Brexit. Follow here for the latest.
The discovery of an East German secret police ID card wouldn't normally attract much attention, but things get a lot more interesting when it's Vladimir Putin's.